Nature Play Space * Playground * Water Fountain * BBQs * Small Pavilion * Basketball Ring * Footy Goals
Webber Reserve features an amazing nature play space as well as couple of other play unique features that make visiting this park well worth the visit.
This community designed and built play space is built with logs, rocks, ropes, sand water and plants. It's a beautiful space where kids can use the natural elements to explore, pretend, play and be active.
The nature play area also features a few pipes that you can speak into so you can talk to someone at the other end of the play space. This play area has been well placed under natural shading at one side of the reserve.
Kids can use loose branches to make a cubby with the fixed branches that have been formed into tee pees.
Another cool feature of this park is the large bitumised area that has a maze pattern painted on it. It's perfect for riding bikes, skateboards, scooters or shooting some hoops. There is a small traditional playground, pavillion and BBQs alongside this area.
Need a drink after all that nature play and running around? Check out this unbelievable water fountain. The kids are sure to be intrigued. Perfect for re-hydrating before heading back for some more play time.
Webber Reserve Nature Play Space Willagee is a great place to enjoy a range of play from nature play to a lots of different sporting activities. If you need a coffee or something to eat, just across the road (on Bawden Street) is 2 Greenfingers Cafeteria and it's open daily.
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 14th February 2017