Killara Park - Killara - Sydney

The Killara Park playground is located off Rosebery Road in Killara. This playground located within Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest was upgraded and reopened in late November 2016 and has a natural feel to it.

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Photo credit: @busycitykids

The main feature of the playground is a multi-play treehouse type of structure with a couple of cubby houses, climbing nets that older children can climb their way to and hide in and play panels or sensory play for little ones.

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Photo credit: @busycitykids

 Photo credit: @busycitykids

Photo credit: @busycitykids

 Photo credit: @busycitykids

Photo credit: @busycitykids

There are multiple swings including the inclusive 360° birds nest swing, a lounge chair swing as well as two child swing and a baby swing. The playground also has a cricket spring ride and a roundabout for everyone to enjoy.

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Photo credit: @busycitykids

 Photo credit: @busycitykids

Photo credit: @busycitykids

This playground is not fenced due to its nearby Killara Park and oval. An accessible path connects the different areas of play covered in rubber soft fall and mulch soft fall which are great for little ones especially near the slides and bouncers.

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Photo credit: @busycitykids

There are no shade sails over the playground however the surrounding trees provide shade in most areas. There are nearby sitting areas as well as a picnic table so bring some drinks and snacks with you. Unfortunately, there are no toilets nearby so plan appropriately. There is nearby free parking on the street.

Tips:

  • Bring sunscreen and a hat for your little ones although there is nice shade from the trees
  • Bring a picnic, snacks and water bottle as there are no shops around the playground

This playground has:

  • No accessible public toilets
  • Accessible parking on the street
  • Free street parking
  • Picnic areas
  • Seating, tables, benches
  • Swings for babies and older kids
  • Walking and cycling paths

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