Island Playground Elizabeth Quay

Water Play Features * Sensory Play * Nature Based Play * Toilets * Restaurants & Cafes Nearby

Island Playground Elizabeth Quay is a small playground but is packed with lots of fun features, and is a must do if you are spending the day exploring Perth city.



The main play structure is like a wooden fort and has a pirate theme with, rope climb, rope tunnel, a ringing bell and walk the plank. Its pretty challenging for most kids with three different levels to explore.

Spare clothes are a must at Island Playground Elizabeth Quay with not one but two water play features. The first is a ground level "creek" with dam walls that open and close.

The second water play features is an elevated trough with water that spills over the sides onto sand and rocks. Both are located under large umbrellas so are partly shaded.

There has been good consideration for nature play in the design of this playground with balancing logs alongside the water play features. The playground has also been landscaped beautifully with lots of plants and trees that will provide lots more shade in the future when they mature.

Shaded seating is located around the playground - with the Isle of Voyage located right alongside the playground with takeaway coffee, or of course if you want to have a break from the sun you can dine in also.

If you are in the city Island Playground is worth the short walk down to Elizabeth Quay. You can also jump on a Blue Cat which will take you down there.  Unisex toilets are located alongside the playground. Don't forget to bring some spare clothes and/or a towel.

Safety Considerations: The playgrounds is only partly enclosed and is close to the open edge of Elizabeth Quay, so close supervision is essential.

How To Get There: (find Island Playground on the south east corner of Elizabeth Quay)

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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 22nd September 2016


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