Robinson Park Gosnells re-opened in September 2020 following the completion of a massive $6.5M redevelopment. This large park features a beautiful large playground for all ages, picnic tables, BBQs, toilets and dog exercise area so everyone will love their visit here.
The nature play area contains a wooden hut with hidden climbing net, stepping stones and balancing logs all under the shade of large beautiful tree. These logs are an ideal spot to have a snack or read a book in the shade and take in the serenity of this park.
The playground features climbing nets, slides, a rock climbing wall, a nature play area, an in-ground spinning roundabout, and a swing area with plenty of swings including a nest swing. Shade sails are in place during summer, so there is lots of shade over the play equipment.
A fun little inclusion in the Robinson Park Gosnells park upgrade is the “band practice” area which features musical instruments and sound tubes so you can talk to your friends on the other side of the playground.
For those with fur babies, just outside the fenced playground is a large open space for off-leash dog exercise. Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed inside the fenced playground area. There is also a basketball half court and a walking circuit footpath around the park with distance markers painted so you can keep track of how far you have walked.
Robinson Park has all the amenities you would want, to spend a day at the park, with your family. New public toilets, a water fountain, multiple benches, picnic areas and undercover BBQs. If you want to grab a coffee to enjoy at the park Espresso Brunch Bar and a 7-Eleven are located not far from the park on Corfield Street.
This is a great playground for all ages. The enclosed play area makes it a wonderful spot where the kids can run wild and the parents can sit and enjoy watching them play in a fun and safe environment. Although this is a suburban park, the housing blocks surrounding it are yet to be built on, so it is very peaceful here. We definitely recommend this park. If you get there early enough in the day, you may be as lucky as us and get the place to yourself!
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Review by Kids Around Perth Guest Blogger Michelle, 2nd November 2020
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