Orangutan Park Golden Bay

Monkey around at the big and bright Orangutan Park Golden Bay

Adventure Playground | Nature Based & Sensory Play | Picnic Tables | BBQs | Large Grassed Area | No Toilets

The Orang-utan Parkin Golden Bay is full of climbing challenges for daring adventurers. This parkis aimed at older kids or those who are capable climbers. If you have visitedthe Orang-utan enclosure at Perth Zoo, this park has similar structures to itwith three large podiums, swinging ropes and leafless tree trunks.

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The three largepodiums have an assortment of climbing structures. There is a sky high rockclimbing wall, rope ladder, climbing net and massive fireman’s pole. There’salso a slide which runs down one of the podiums.

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On ground level thereare a few sets of musical drums, balancing logs, basket swing and brightlycoloured blue and yellow tractor wheels.

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The play area iscovered in a mix of sand, softfall and rocks. Unfortunately there aren’t anyshade covers or large trees to shade the playground, so I expect it will be quitehot in summer. The definite favourite of the day was the rockclimbing wall. I haven’t come across one that is this large before

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The park alsooffers a large grassed area with football goal posts, picnic benches and abarbeque, however there are no toilets.

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If you find yourkids aren’t quite old enough to enjoy this park, the Colour Block Park is just around thecorner and is much more suitable for younger kids. Make a day of it andplayground hop all the parks in GoldenBay including the Colour BlockPark and Sunset Hill Park.

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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Candice, 13th July 2017


Candice Kocken – Kids Around Perth South of the River, Hills & Events 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. Follow Candice and her adventures @uncannymum on Instagram.

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