Celebrating Parks Week with our list of inclusive playgrounds, state-by-state.
Parks Week celebrates the importance of parks and their role in creating thriving communities. This year Parks Week is running from March 4th to March 12th across Australia and New Zealand. Many playgrounds are now inclusive and feature Freedom Swing’s, Sway Fun Glider’s, water play area’s and sensory activities. Allowing children with a disability to grow, learn and socialise with their friends.
If you’re looking for an all abilities playground near you, the Playground Finder app will be your new best friend. Learn more about Playground Finder App.
In the meantime, we’ve hand-picked a few accessible playgrounds state-by-state:
Boundless Playground, Parkes
Ruth Park Playground, Coombs
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Collaroy Beach Playground, Collaroy
Lionel Watts Reserve, Frenches Forest
WKJ Memorial Park, Zuccoli
Leanyer Recreation Park, Leanyer
Kurrawa Park, Broadbeach
The Hills District All Abilities Playground, Arana Hills
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Hendrie Street Playground, Park Holme
Fremont Park, Elizabeth
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Ross Reserve All Abilities Playspace, Noble Park
Hays Paddock, Kew East
Pia’s Place All Abilities Playground, Whiteman
Livvi’s Place Playground, Brabham
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