The quietness was suddenly broken by the screeching of two sulphur-crested cockatoos being pursued by several very noisy miners. Even after the cockatoos retreated to trees, the miners still harassed them.
The only other facility in the park are several park benches in a grassy area adjacent to the playground. Next to the playground is a large, mainly grassed, fenced area which appears to be a retaining basin. It would be a good off-leash area for doggie exercise.
Like most suburban parks it can be accessed from several surrounding streets. Central Avenue is a no through road, but it is the easiest way to reach Woodland Park, as all the other surrounding streets are a maze of no through roads.