There are steps to the top, rope ladders, a metal ladder and a climbing wall. The boat also features sensory activities inside, racing slides, a captain's wheel and a rope bridge which does slow down the smaller one's sometimes.
I forget to take too many pictures of the other features but the playground also has two sets of swings, a sandpit area with digger where the canons from the ships big guns can be found, a birds nest or basket swing, a roundabout, and a smaller wooden play structure for younger children who may be a bit fearful of the ship. There is also a surfboard to practise your balance on.
There is also a BBQ area, a few picnic tables and a water fountain.
New toilet facilities have also just been placed closer to the park.
The park is part of a larger reserve that has a couple of football and cricket pitches, six tennis courts and also has a tennis rebound wall. It's a great open space and there is an area for off leash dog walking but not at the play park itself.
There is also a small selection of adult gym equipment.
The park is nicely shaded, well maintained and not close to any busy roads. It is about a 5-10 minute walk from Carrum train station on the Frankston line for anyone heading there by train. There is a reasonable amount of car parking but I've never been here when a cricket or football match has been on.