Small Playground * Nature Based Play * Basketball Ring * Tennis Wall * Table Tennis Table * Grassed Areas * Picnic Shelter * BBQ * No Toilets
Shoreline Park North Coogee in the
new Shoreline development is a great place for families to play
and enjoy together. It features a small nature playground, lots of grassed open
space, exercise equipment, a basketball court, tennis wall and a table tennis table. This estate is so new that at the time of this review building of homes had not yet commenced.
The playground has
lots of balancing logs and rope and net climbing equipment. My favourite are
the wooden logs painted to look like the ends of pencils
One of the features of the playground that I haven’t seen anywhere else before, are the ropes attached to a sloping rock face which allows kids to do a bit of amateur rock climbing.
Another favourite was the polished concrete slide. It is only small, but it does go very fast! The kids were going down it (and up it) in all sorts of positions.
Also at the
playground are a basket swing, monkey bars, picnic tables and barbecues (no toilets however)
Across the road is
the basketball hoop, tennis wall and table tennis table
The development plans indicate that eventually there will also be a pedestrian bridge to access the beach, which will make this area a great place to spend a summer day. If you are after a coffee drive a little south of Shoreline Park to The Surfing Lizard Espresso Bar Coogee.
How To Get There: cnr Reinforcement Parade and Ancourage Drive, North Coogee (not yet on google maps). Shoreline Estate access is just north of the corner of McTaggart Cove and Cockburn Rd, North Coogee
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Candice, 28th July 2016
Candice Kocken - Kids Around Perth South of the River Reporter / Mum of 3 kids
Candice is a Mum of 3 who loves cooking, sewing and taking her kids out to explore our beautiful state of WA.