This is our Guide to Perth Playgrounds East Hills Swan Valley. There’s nothing better than a visit to one of Perth’s playgrounds and parks on a glorious sunny Perth day. Perth has so many wonderful playgrounds with lots of different features to get the kids outside and active. We’ll check out the best of the best of Perth’s playgrounds and let you know all about them – so you can plan an awesome day in the sun with the family. Here’s our list of playgrounds East of Perth, in the HIlls and the Swan Valley here.
Awesome Perth Playgrounds East Hills Swan Valley for Kids!
Noah’s Playground South Guildford
Count the animals two by two at this big adventure playground
Woodbridge Riverside Playground
Great wooden pirate ship playground, water play features and lots more to explore at this fantastic adventure playground. Let the imagination play run free with this great park! See our review for all the information!
Whiteman Park Playground
Huge playground with something for all ages, full fenced (except for entry) and fully shaded.
Village East Playground Whiteman Park
Small but feature packed playground alongside the Water Playground and close to picnic facilities and the Village Cafe. Massive shaded playground, great for those sunny days!
Pia’s Place All Abilities Playground Whiteman Park
This fully fenced all abilities adventure playground is a must if you are exploring Whiteman Park. A fantastic park with sensory and imagination play included as well. See our review for all the information you need!
Pegasus Park Bennett Springs
Let the kids burn off all their energy at this sports themed playground, not far from the Swan Valley.
Dazzle Park Iluma Estate Bennett Springs
Put some sparkle in your day at the bright and fun Dazzle Park. Who doesn’t love Razzle Dazzle!
St Leonards Park Daynton / West Swan
Shady adventure playground packed with features with something for all ages. A must visit if you are in the Swan Valley!
Livvis Place Whiteman Edge Brabham
Massive adventure playground for all ages and abilities near the Swan Valley.
Brabham Honeycomb Park
Bee themed playground with bike pump track and dog agility park. This is an absolute rockstar park and playground! Check out one of the best themed playgrounds in all of Western Australia! See all the information in our great review!
Jungle Park Whiteman Edge Brabham
State of the art adventure playground that features with 7m tall jungle climb and lots more jungle themed play.
Wongin Park Henley Brook
Cubby house themed playground with art trail alongside Crooked Spire Cafe (open Saturday – Wednesday).
Fleming Reserve Playground High Wycombe
Play structure for both big and little kids with large skate park and bmx track not far from the playground.
Hales Park Forrestfield
Compact suburban playground that’s big on height and adventure. Awesome tower playground!
Giant Park Bushmead
Climb to giant heights to spot the giants that live at this park. Compact playground with fun for kids of all ages. See our giant review below! Let us know what you think.
Rushmore Green Toddler Playground Bushmead
A little fenced playground with big fun for crawlers and toddlers. Great toddler playground and park, help your toddler explore and grow in confidence!
Morgan John Morgan Park Glen Forrest
Former railway station turned into a fantastic playground for train loving kids. Train in a sandpit! What is not to love.
CY O’Connor Hub Playground Mundaring
Located at the north entrance to the Mundaring Weir with a pipeline themed and nature based playground over looking the beautiful O’Connor Lake. See our park review below!
Sculpture Park Mundaring
Amazing big adventure and nature based playground surrounded by the beautiful sculptures that give this park its name. This is a fantastic playground for the kids that love to explore and have lots of energy! See our park review for all the information you need!
John Forrest National Park Nature Playground
Nature playground alongside the water from the Glen Brook Dam and near the picnic area. Park entry fees apply.
And that concludes our Super Guide on Perth Playgrounds East Hills Swan Valley! Which one of these playgrounds and parks will you be heading to next? Let us know which ones you loved!
Is The Swan Valley a Good Place to Visit With Kids?
The Swan Valley is undeniably one of the most enchanting places to visit in Western Australia. There are plenty of activities and attractions that make Swan Valley an excellent place for kids to explore.
From campfires at night to kayaking during the day, the range of outdoor activities ensures something for everyone. The wineries and breweries in the area provide a great educational experience for school-aged children, as well as a delicious way for older kids to learn about local culture.
If your family enjoys nature, then you won’t find a better spot to spend time than Swan Valley – from caves to bushwalks, it’s guaranteed to be an adventure!
We make every effort to ensure all this information is up to date but should be used as a guide only. Events do get cancelled or changed and venues can close without notice. Always follow the links provided for up to date information on an event or activity. If you know of a change or cancellation we’ve missed then please contact us to let us know.