Frasers Landing Playground Mandurah is not just a play it's a total nature experience. To get there you can walk, drive the car, paddle or drive your boat. There is a wooden pontoon near the playground where you can moor your boat or kayaks, so this playground combined with the nature & lake walk and access via the Serpentine River makes it the ultimate nature experience.
You can't miss the striking red and tall playground when you approach. The centre piece of the playground is the three level, brightly coloured climbing tower. With three different levels it means that kids of all ages can enjoy this climbing tower.
At the base is a low level wooden ramp with rope pull access to the first level with a low level slide down, perfect for little adventurers. The second level is accessed by a choice of cargo net or rock climbing wall and a wooden bridge. From this level kids can choose to climb to the top through a vertical rope tunnel to the top level where they can check out the view and slide the big twisty slide down.
Around the base of the playground is a large basket swing, balancing logs, balancing rope and spinning bowl on a sandy surface.
One one side of the playground is a small lake with a shared path all the way round and on the other side is the Serpentine River. We definitely recommend bringing the scooters or small bikes along to enjoy a walk or ride around the lake. All the way round are these colourful educational plaques with lots of interesting facts about the local forest and river fauna and flora.
The walk extends into the forest also if you want to enjoy more of a nature walk.
Just a short stroll from the playground is a jetty, with ramp access where you can moor a small boat or kayaks or pull them up on the sandy shore at Frasers Landing Playground Mandurah.
As you can see the Serpentine River is absolutely stunning and perfect for standup paddleboarding and kayaking or for enjoying a cruise in a small boat. If you want to turn your visit to Frasers Landing Playground Mandurah into a boating adventure, you can put your boat or kayaks/standup paddleboards at the Coodanup Boat Ramp not far from Frasers Landing on Birchley Road, and paddle or cruise up to the playground and back.
There aren't any toilets, bbqs or water fountains at Frasers Landing Playground Mandurah so you'll need to pack a picnic and bring water. There is a picnic shelter near the playground.
If you love giving our kids a nature experience you will love Frasers Landing Playground Mandurah. It's also the perfect kayaking and boating adventure with the boat ramp nearby and jetty close to the playground.
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 13th July 2019