In June last year, the Tramshed Café opened its doors and the playground next to it was finished just on-time for visitors to enjoy both spaces with family and friends! It took us a while to get there but we visited this great setup late last year and loved it!
The fully fenced playground consists of a main castle-like structure with slides and areas to wonder, different sets of swings, a free play area with dragon eggs, little shops for kids to be pretend shoppers, little trampolines and more.
The little shops were a hit with little Miss and her brother as well as the swings and little trampolines.
After some play, we headed to the Tramshed Café for some coffee and food. The kids loved eating in the tram. Food and drinks can be consumed in the tram however council restrictions mean these need to be in take-away containers. Good news though, most of the packaging is compostable. You can also sit inside the café.
We enjoyed our coffees, bacon & egg roll, kids french toast (two for mum ha!), kids cheese toasty and kids egg & toast. The kids enjoyed some colouring while waiting for the food too.
This playground is located at 1395a Pittwater Road in Narrabeen.
Our packing list for this playground:
Food for snacks, for lunch or for a picnic
This playground has:
Nature Play setup
Tramshed Café nearby
Toilets near the carpark
Free Parking along the street or in the nearby parking lot however parking is VERY limited and time restrictions apply
Our trip to the Tramshed Café and Playground was self funded and not sponsored. Our opinions are genuine as always.