Saturday, October 8, 2011

Things To Do In Sydney With Kids - Top 7 Playgrounds

If you are wondering what things to do in Sydney with kids this weekend, then why not plan a trip to a new playground you haven't been to before. Your children will be excited to explore new places and you can sit back, relax and maybe even enjoy a quiet coffee.

The following are some of Sydney's best playgrounds, as they offer plenty of stimulation for the children, but also all the comforts and amenities for the parents.

Clontarf Reserve Playground Sandy Bay Road, Clontarf

Clontarf Reserve is located on Sydney's northern beaches and a great place to visit for the whole family. The playground is shaded and is suitable for kids 0-12 years of age. For the parents, there is a kiosk, which serves hot food as well as ice cream, cakes and coffee,. The park has plenty of seating and free BBQs as well as a bubbler and showers. In summer it is ideal for swimming for even young children as there are now waves and at low tide shallow water.

Flying Fox (Winnererremy Bay) Playground Mona Street, Mona Vale

This excellent playground has recently been upgraded with new play equipment. It is suitable for kids of all ages and includes an adventure trail with stone carvings of sea creatures, flying fox, space net, snakes and ladders and spring rockers and many others. Flying Fox Café is located right next to the enclosed playground so parents can keep an eye on the kids. Free BBQs and shaded tables are also nearby as is a great bike/scooter track. Children will also enjoy seeing pelicans wandering nearby.

Bicentennial Park Playground Australia Avenue, Homebush