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Memorial Park, Armadale

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Memorial Park in Armadale has undergone renovations and is a fantastic park for a play while you shop.

Armadale’s Memorial Park has had a revamp in the recent months, with a new train theme added to the playground, along with some new play equipment.



If you’re not familiar with Memorial Park, it is located right next to Armadale Central Shopping Centre and within the Jull Street shopping complex. It’s also just a short walk to the cinema, Armadale library and Armadale Shopping City.



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I can’t comment on what the park looked like before the revamp, as this was my first visit with my two children. We went for a play on a sunny day after we had visited the Armadale library, which is located in the shopping centre.



Memorial Park is dedicated to local soldiers who gave their lives in World War I and there are a number of features dotted around the park where you can stop for some quiet reflection. These include an obelisk with the names of soldiers, a replica tank and memorial plaques.



The park has a train station cubby house and a small train play structure that the kids can climb through. Next to this is a four-seater see-saw, which is a lot of fun for older kids.



The main play structure is made primarily of timber, with a rope ladder to climb up and a timber climb wall on the other side, which lead to a platform and a big slide. There is also two smaller slides for younger children.



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The playground has other timber climbing structures, plus sensory play, a swing set and a birds’ nest swing. There is also an unusual rock climbing structure that older kids can tackle.



The park also has sand and water play, plus a couple of musical instruments that the kids can bang and crash about on. There is also a large lawn for the kids to run around or kick a ball about, plus easy access to the shopping centre.



There are toilets in the shopping centre, plus plenty of places to stop for a coffee or a bite to eat. You will find parking along Jull Street, Orchard Avenue and in the Armadale Central car park. It is also just a short walk from Minnawarra Park, which has a lovely lake to walk around.





Memorial Park is a lovely spot for a play and a picnic while you do some shopping or have a look around some of the historical centres of Armadale. It is great for children of all ages and will keep them entertained for a couple of hours.

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