Top Playgrounds in the City of Wanneroo

Take the kids to one of these top playgrounds in an ever-growing city north of Perth.

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 Wanneroo.

Pitstop Playground, Banksia Grove
Location: Corner of Grandis Boulevard and Botanic Avenue, Banksia Grove
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Why it’s great for kids
  • The perfect playground for mini car enthusiasts!
  • This motoring-themed playground has a race track, start and finish posts, road signs, pit stops and chalkboards to note their fastest times.
  • There are also slides, a net bridge and high net climb.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • It will keep them entertained for hours.
  • Plenty of variety in the range of activities.

  • Image: Emerge Associates website


    Opportunity Playspace, Rotary Park, Wanneroo
    Location: Rotary Park, Scenic Drive, Wanneroo
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    Why it’s great for kids
  • This all-abilities play space has a raised treetop walk which is wheelchair accessible.
  • Has a great variety of play equipment, including climbing structures, spider rope climb, cubby house and spinning cups.
  • Has a Liberty Swing.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • Has toilets onsite.
  • Has barbeques, family picnic areas and shaded areas.

  • Image: Weekend Notes Perth


    Kingsway Dinosaur Park, Madeley
    Location: Kingsway Sporting Complex, Spectator Drive, Madeley
    Read more here

    Why it’s great for kids
  • A fantastic, dinosaur-themed park!
  • Has a great nature-play focus, plus wide pathways for riding bikes and scooters.
  • There is musical play and sensory play.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • The playground has toilets on site, plus public barbecues and picnic tables.
  • Drinking water available.

  • Trinity Alkimos Playground
    Location: Off Marmion Avenue, Alkimos
    Read more here

    Why it’s great for kids
  • There is plenty to explore for older kids, including a timber fort, various viewing platforms and ‘the wheel of peril.’
  • They can bring their own paddles for outdoor table tennis!

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • There are picnic tables to sit down and have a snack or lunch.
  • The park is surrounded by various walking trails and nature spots.

  • Image: Weekend Notes


    Shorehaven’s Treasure Island, Alkimos
    Location: Waterfront Park, Portside Promenade Alkimos
    Website

    Why it’s great for kids
  • It’s an adventure playground AND a treasure hunt, all in one!
  • Kids can grab a cope of the Captain’s Notebook from the Shorehaven Sales office and solve the clues around the playground.
  • The playground also features plenty of nautical inspired play equipment.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • The playground is brand, spanking new!
  • It is located just metres from a cafe and toilets.
  • There are also brand new barbecues at the playground.

  • Image: Alkimos College Facebook page


    Jindalee Beach Playground
    Location: Marlinspike Boulevard, Jindalee

    Why it’s great for kids
  • Has a fantastic, challenging play structure for kids, especially older children.
  • Rope play is a big feature, which older kids will find challenging.
  • Has a birds nest swing and other swings.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • Has shaded picnic tables and barbecues.
  • Drinking water available.

  • Eden Beach Foreshore Playground, Jindalee
    Location: Reflection Boulevard, Jindalee

    Why it’s great for kids
  • Plenty of different play structures for kids of all ages, including a fantastic three-storey climbing tower.
  • Has a separate play area for toddlers.
  • Has lots of rope play and challenges for older kids.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • Has toilets!
  • Has public barbecues and drinking water.

  • Kinkuna Park, Eglinton
    Location: Lambert Road, Eglinton
    Read more here

    Why it’s great for kids
  • Has a fantastic, fort-style play structure with ropes, a climbing wall and slides.
  • Also has a splash park for the warmer weather, basketball court, mini in-ground trampolines and birds nest swing.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • Free WIFI available in the park!
  • Undercover picnic areas and barbecues.

  • Image: Weekend Notes Perth


    Amberton Pirate Playground and Scooter Park, Eglington
    Location: Cinnibar Drive, Eglingon

    Why it’s great for kids
  • Has a cool pirate theme!
  • Has a fantastic scooter path.
  • There is a climbing structure, rocking toys for younger children and sand cranes.

  • Why it’s great for parents
  • This park has free outdoor exercise equipment!
  • There is a shaded picnic area, public barbecues and drinking fountains.

  • For more fantastic parks and playgrounds in Perth, read on here .

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