Brampton Park Butler

Brampton Park Butler Features: Playground | Lake Walk | Picnic Tables | No Toilets | BBQs | Cafe Nearby | Shops & Tavern Nearby

Brampton Park Butler is a gorgeous little playground located alongside a big man made lake, that is home to lots of beautiful birds and ducks.

The playground is partly fenced from the lake but kids can still access the lake so ensure you closely supervise your kids at this park. The playground features a castle style play structure with slides, fireman's pole, tunnel rope climb, ramps and more, with a small spinning climbing frame alongside.

Note the tavern and Dome in the background across the lake - so it's only a short walk from the playground to these and the shopping precinct located here.

For the little ones there is some sand play too (there is a little digger to the left of this picture). There is also a little sand play table and small rocker near the big playground.

And best of all is the little mini flying fox. The little ones will love pretending they are Superman as they lie tummy down and zoom across (pictured top). And what is a playground without a swing!  There is a smaller playground located away from the lake at Brampton Park also.

After your play you can grab your scooters and have a spin around the lake. You could pop into Dome Butler on your way around and grab a coffee or enjoy a sit down coffee before or after your play. There is also a Tavern and other shops in the shopping precinct nearby.

Brampton Park Bulter is a beautiful spot to enjoy a play, walk around the lake, see the ducks and grab a coffee on a gorgeous sunny day and of course with lots of grassed area too so it's the perfect spot for a picnic too.



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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 26th July 2016


Lauren Angove - Kids Around Perth Founder / Owner / Mum of two boys

Born, bred and living in Perth (with an 8 year stint in Port Hedland WA), Lauren loves Perth and wouldn't live anywhere else.

She loves exploring Perth and WA with Margaret River being her favourite WA family getaway location.


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