This walk is suitable for young families as it takes in several playgrounds and play areas. Accessible by public transport, it's an easy route with lots of opportunity for climbing, running around and exploration.
Bottle brushes line the station and are spectacular in flowering season. Listen for rosellas and parakeets.
Set in bushy surroundings, this playground has a number of slides, climbing frames and hidey holes. There is a disabled toilet nearby.
Restored and extend in 2015, the Pavillion is used as a sport center eg.Football, soccer and cricket
A popular place for older children with wheels! There is a public with disabled access at the Skate Park.
This popular centre has a local gym, heated swimming pool and indoor basketball court.
The Venny is an adventure playground with a garden, social hub and activities. It's open for limited hours during the school term and school holidays. See link below.
A fine collection of play equipment, plus a picnic shelter with table.
Bright and colourful, this playground is suitable for pre-school children. and has 2 slides. A great spot to sit and enjoy the scenery too.
Look for double rainbow (two pots of gold?).
There is so much potential in an open play area. Cricket? Football? Egg and spoon race?
These tennis courts are available for hire. The key is available from the recreation centre on Altona Street.
View over wetlands area. You'll often see a wide array of bird life, including swans, ducks and water fowl.
This is a fine spot to admire the surrounding views.