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Seabank Estate Park and Playground

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by KJ (subscribe)
Published April 19th 2017
Have a picnic or let the kids have a play in the playground


Located on Seabank Drive in Barwon Heads, Seabank Estate Park and Playground is a fantastic recreation area hidden away from the busy main road.



The park features large, open grass areas, surrounded by a range of native plants and trees. There is plenty of room to kick the ball or enjoy a picnic in the sunshine.



At the front of the park, there is a playground which is perfect for smaller children. It is fenced and even has a child-proof gate (it's the only public playground I've seen in the Barwon Heads/Ocean Grove area with a child-proof gate).



The playground has a range of equipment, including:

Slide
Swingset with two swings (toddler swing and regular swing)
See-Saw
Bouncer
Climbing frame




There are also a couple of seats within the playground area.

A rubbish bin is situated just outside the gate, and there is a sheltered picnic table with seating adjacent to the playground.



The park also features a large archway, with a metal bird positioned above.




One thing I noticed about the park was how quiet it was. The park is only a short distance from busy Golf Links Road, however the lack of traffic noise was noticeable. It also seems less busy than the popular Barwon Heads Village Park and Playground and Barwon River Playground, so it provides a good alternative playground for younger children.



Extra Information:

Parking: There are no designated carparks, however free street parking is available around the edge of the park.

Shade/Shelter: There is a small amount of shade and shelter over the picnic table. The trees also provide some shade, however this is limited and depends on the time of day so it may be a good idea to wear a sun hat.

Rubbish Bins: There is a rubbish bin at the entrance to the playground.

Toilets: There are no public toilets at the park, however there are toilets further up the main road, at the Barwon Heads Village Park.


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Why? To enjoy a picnic or let the kids have a play in the playground
When: Any time
Where: Seabank Drive, Barwon Heads, VIC
Cost: Free
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