Small Playground | No BBQ | No toilets | Water Fountain | Path connecting Bromley St and Rennison St
Bromley Street Reserve is a small park in the suburb of Beckenham with a very cute bee themed playground.
The main play structure has two bright yellow bees connected via a rope bridge, which then leads to a small slide. There are also some rope nets for a different route up to the slide. It is a very basic play structure which is perfect for younger kids
Next to the main play structure is a double swing with
a baby seat and a little rocking helicopter.
There are also two honeycomb shaped sandpits which
include a small cubby house and some balancing equipment.
The playground is mostly shaded by shade sails with lots
of grassed area surrounding it.
Bromley Reserve is just a small, local park which
isn’t worth travelling from far away to visit, but if you are in the area and
have young kids, it’s worth checking out. It’d also be a great place to hold a
bee-themed birthday party.
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Candice, 23rd November 2017