Playgrounds Swan Valley and Surrounds
Your next visit to the Swan Valley doesn't have to be all wineries, breweries and chocolate tasting. Take the kids to one (or more) of these playgrounds in the Swan Valley or just a short drive from the Swan Valley to let the kids stretch their legs and burn off some energy.
St Leonards Estate Dayton
Huge adventure playground with challenging play for all ages. Move from fort to fort via the ramps, climb the rock climbing wall, use the ropes to pull yourself up the giant hill and more.
Entry to Whiteman Park is free, and you can let the kids run around at the huge playground at the Whiteman Park Village. It's mostly fenced and is well shaded with a big range of play features, for all ages.
Annie's Landing Ellenbrook
Located in the Swan Valley's sister suburb Ellenbrook, Annie's Landing is an adventure playground tall rope bridge, double cable flying fox, climbing frame, toddler play area and more.
Livvi's Place Whiteman Edge
Massive, fully fenced, adventure playground with rope tunnel bridge, flying fox and great toddler play area that features sensory based play.
Just down the road from Livvi's Place is Jungle Park. Kids will love the 7m tall jungle climb and twisty slide down, so much fun it's hard for even the adults to resist.
Woodbridge Riverside Park
About 20 mins drive from the Swan Valley is the huge Woodbridge Riverside Park. Most definitely worth the drive if you are in the Swan Valley, this fully fenced playground features a large wooden pirate ship, water play, flying fox and all abilities play features.
Aviary Creek Playground Aveley
Also known as water wheel park, climb up three levels and ride the big slide back to the bottom. Wander around the lake and explore the other fun features of this park.
Pirate Playground Aveley Ellenbrook
Also located in Ellenbrook, this playground will be loved by any little fan of pirates with a pirate ship themed playground including walk the plank and sea themed soft fall creatures.
Vale Adventure Park Aveley
Enjoy adventure play including a double cable flying fox at Vale in Aveley
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