Top Playgrounds in the City of Joondalup

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Take the kids to one of these top playgrounds in one of Perth’s biggest cities.

Stuck for places to take the kids? Perth has absolutely loads of parks and playgrounds you can take your children to, and Perth Mums Group is taking a closer look at some of the top parks in your city or area. Here are the top parks and playgrounds in the City of Joondalup.

Mawson Park, Hillarys
Location: Marmion Avenue, Hillarys
Full review

Why it’s great for kids
Has a fantastic playground for children of all ages.
Musical play and plenty of interactive play spaces.
Great spaces for toddlers and climbing frames for older kids.

Why it’s great for parents
Has barbecues, picnic tables and gazebos, walking and running paths.
There is an oval plus half basketball court, meaning the kids can run amok or practice their dusking skills.
The park is close to the Hillarys Boat Harbour hub.

Image: Weekend Notes Perth


MacDonald Reserve Playground, Padbury
Location: 11 MacDonald Avenue, Padbury

Why it’s great for kids
Has a fantastic bike and scooter track, complete with line markings and signage.
There is also zebra crossings, a petrol pump, speed bumps and even shop fronts!
The park also has a play area and nature play.

Why it’s great for parents
Helps teach children about road rules.
Has barbecue and picnic facilities, plus water fountains.
Naturally shaded.

Image: City of Joondalup Website


Neil Hawkins Park, Joondalup
Location: Boas Avenue, Joondalup
Full Review

Why it’s great for kids
Is best suited for preschool kids, and has age-appropriate play equipment.
Has some awesome little train-themed play equipment.
Bike and scooter paths.

Why it’s great for parents
Has toilets on site.
Picnic tables and barbecues.
Plenty of space to let the kids run around.

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Shepherds Bush Park, Kingsley
Location: Barridale Drive, Kingsley

Why it’s great for kids
Has a bike skills track, pump and jump trail, complete with road signs and petrol pump.
A great area for learning how to ride a bike or scooter.
There is also a play area with swings and a rope based climbing frame.

Why it’s great for parents
Picnic tables and barbecues.
Water fountains.
Shops, food and toilets are located at the nearby Kingsley Shopping Centre.

City of Joondalup Website


Tom Simpson Park Playground, Mullaloo
Location: Oceanside Promenade, Mullaloo

Why it’s great for kids
Features a pirate ship theme with musical play, tunnel, cubby, walk the plank and slides.
Also has sand and water play, nature play and a timber fort.
Has been designed to accommodate children of all ages.

Why it’s great for parents
Toilets on site.
Picnic areas and barbecues.
Plenty of dining and coffee options around!

Mullaloo Beach Playground
Location: Mullaloo Drive, Mullaloo

Why it’s great for kids
Features a pirate ship theme with play equipment for children of all ages.
Has rockers and a birds nest swing.
Basketball hoop.
Plenty of space for the kids to run around.

Why it’s great for parents
Sheltered picnic areas.
Coffee and food outlets close by.
Toilets just a short walk away.

McIntyre Park, Burns Beach
Location: McIntyre Avenue and Sevenmille Way, Burns Beach

Why it’s great for kids
Features a nautical theme with ocean and ship motifs throughout the playground, including a cool pirate ship!
Has a cubby play structure, fort and slide and a birds nest swing.
Also feature little rockers in the shape of a boat and lobsters!

Why it’s great for parents
A great park for a variety of ages.
Picnic shelters.

Image: Peet Website


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