Hallstrom Park in Bicentennial Reserve Willoughby - Sydney

The Hallstrom Park in Bicentennial Reserve located on Small Street in Willoughby recently undertook large renovations and is now open to the public. 

The playground now features new furniture and equipment including a turtle dome climber (which little Miss loved climbing all over and sitting on the top of), a large basket swing and a sandpit in one spot.

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And an embankment slide, climbing ropes, four swings (for babies and older kids), a fort structure, a carousel, a see-saw and percussion drums near the entrance.

There is a gazebo which is perfect for picnics or parties which has nearby toilets, drink bubblers and a small water area with a water pump.

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The Bicentennial Reserve also has some interesting sculptures made of iron and stone which is great for kids to explore as well as a nearby oval and great walking and cycling paths so don't forget to bring the kids scooters and bikes for a spin. A great playground overall however I would have liked some areas for babies and crawlers to play in.

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There is nearby parking off Small Street as well as the Incinerator Café and Incinerator Art Space where you can grab a coffee, breakfast or lunch and explore their art space. There is also parking available at the nearby Willoughby Leisure Centre as well as another small playground near the centre's car park. 

Tips:

  • Bring sunscreen and a hat for your little ones
  • Bring a picnic, snacks and water bottle
  • Bring a ball or cricket set to play on the oval
  • There is a walking and cycling path along the playground so grab the little one's scooter or bike

This playground has:

  • Accessible public toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • BBQ equipment
  • Cycling track
  • Free street parking and parking at nearby leisure centre
  • Gazebo for parties
  • Large grounds for sport
  • Nearby cafe
  • Picnic areas
  • Seating, tables, benches
  • Swings for babies and older kids
  • Toilets near gazebo
  • Walking and cycling paths
  • Wet play area

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