Top Playgrounds in NT

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off Vanderlin Drive in Leanyer
Large regional playground with sand base.
Yanyula Drive in Anula
Lake Alexander
Large regional playground with sand base.
Alec Fong Lim Drive in East Point
Such an amazing new playground! It has a brilliant waterplay section where kids can pump water and it flows through various sections, wheels and dams - my kids LOVED this! It has soaring shade sails a.
Asche Street in Muirhead
The outdoor play area at The Quarter Casuarina Shopping Mall really got my attention.
247 Trower Rd in Wanguri
This park has a tall slippery dip, swings and some old-fashioned monkey bars..
Borella Circuit in Jingili
A nice little playground in a shady park with swings, slippery dip and climbing equipment..
Lee Point Road in Moil
With the new upgrade it's amazing. Some water play. Enough room for both big and small children..
Esplanade in Darwin
The play equipment is more for older children say 4 and above. There is a swing for toddlers though. There is however big grassy areas perfect for sports and games. There are a few table and chairs to.
Coburg Dr in Leanyer
Just wanted to add there are water ways (a creek and two ponds) so children will need to be supervised..
Gardens Rd in Stuart Park
There is not much shade after 10am and before 4pm. Lots of grassy areas for a picnic. Equipment is suitable for toddlers (with a tunnel) but aimed more at older children. There is an unfenced creek ne.
Damabila Dr in Alawa
Lovely open playground with huge rope climbing structure, a seated spinning dish, cubby like structure and a dry river bed. It has bbqs and seating and bike paths too in a quiet bushy setting..
Coleman Street in Muirhead
Big orange one
Bloodwood Street in Bellamack
This playground is situated in a large park with several small lakes and a bike path. It's covered and has an excellent variety of equipment including hand-held flying foxes, easy climbing for toddler.
Buscall Avenue in Palmerston
There's two play areas (one covered, the other shaded by trees in the morning) and both have plenty on offer for a range of abilities. There's also a large grassed area and it's next to one of Durack'.
Woodlake Boulevard in Palmerston
Pretty Park was one of the first playgrounds in Palmerston and has a large play area with big variety of equipment suited to all ages. It is completely covered and the BBQ area is shaded by trees. The.
Dwyer Circuit in Palmerston
Situated right next to Casuarina Beach and the Surf Life Saving club this playground is set in the middle of a grassy picnic area. The equipment is not suitable really for toddlers (there is a little .
Daribah Rd in Brinkin
Water Gardens
Free BBQs and undercover picnic areas designed for large groups.
Freshwater Road in Jingili
This is just a basic play area next to the Nightcliff foreshore bike path not far from the locally known 'Windsurfers corner' picnic spot (where there is parking). Across the path are some free BBQs a.
Casuarina Drive in Rapid Creek
A quiet suburban park playground with some challenging climbing equipment but mainly good for toddlers..
Haritos Street in Wanguri
This a basic playground with a large climbing net the main feature, but has swings, see-saw, and small toddler play house. There's also a rock platform to explore at low tide, plenty of picnic area, a.
Aralia Street in Rapid Creek
Very small playground with 2 swings, see saw, climbing frames and slippery dip. Beach sands underneath..
Cullen Bay Cres in Cullen Bay
Small size playground. Equipment mostly for big children.
Maria Liveris Drive in Darwin
This playground is located at the Smith St Mall opposite to Anthony Plaza Arcade.
Smith St in Darwin
Lovely spot to stretch legs next to the lake - there's also a path that goes around the lake..
Civic Drive in Jabiru
A nice playground in a large park area with absolutely no facilities - just a place for kids to run around. You could bring a picnic rug and sit under the shady trees next to playground..
Mahogany Crescent in Karama
A small playground next to a cricket oval with shady trees and lots of grass. There's a bike path and toilets on the other side of the oval, and plenty of street parking..
Guy Street in Stuart Park
A quiet suburban park with a nice variety of equipment for all ages. There's no shade except late in the afternoon from trees..
Grevillea Circuit in Rapid Creek
A basic playground with swings, see-saw and small climbing area..
Priest Circuit in Woodroffe
A simple playground with swings, see-saw and rocker..
Dillon Circuit in Woodroffe
A challenging playground with lots of climbing stuff suitable for older kids and a set of swings..
Essington Avenue in Palmerston
Two playgrounds in this lovely suburban park, with the older one more suited to toddlers and the newer one for older kids as it has some very challenging climbing just to access the slippery dip, alth.
Cheong Crescent in Millner
A nice new playground with a variety of equipment for all ages, with some easy to access slides and challenging climbing. Parking is best on Driver Av but riding bikes would be easier as it is well co.
Driver Ave in Palmerston
Marlow Lagoon is a large recreation area with areas for BMX, dog exercise etc. The playground is a short walk from the car park and although a bit worn and tired is very extensive. There's a large cli.
Waler Road in Marlow Lagoon
A basic playground situated along the Palmerston Escarpment walk. The walk is a rough track through bushland suitable for mountain bikes..
Lakeview Boulevard in Palmerston
There are two playgrounds to choose from at this park with one good for strong climbers and the other better for toddlers. There's limited shade from trees but plenty of space to kick a ball..
Dunbar Street in Palmerston
Opposite Nightcliff Beach this playground has ample variety of equipment to keep kids occupied. There's a BBQ and toilets across the road next to the foreshore bike path and on weekends pop-up food va.
Casuarina Drive in Rapid Creek
A good variety of equipment in this little park with swings, climbing bars, monkey bars, slippery dip and see-saw. Not shaded except early or late in the day, the park also features a fig tree with an.
Gaden Circuit in Jingili
A playground with something for all ages in a quiet suburban street. There's swings, rocking see-saw, hand-held flying fox, monkey bars, climbing walls, and little slippery dip, all under some shady m.
Thornton Crescent in Moil
This playground is next to the Nightcliff foreshore bike path and has a good variety of equipment but for kids that can climb, as there are several rope features and monkey bars and a tall ladder to a.
Casuarina Drive in Rapid Creek
A small playground with a good range of climbing equipment and monkey bars but not much for littlies, with just swings, a short ladder and slippery dip. It is next to a soccer field and free tennis co.
Valder Crescent in Rapid Creek
This basic playground is more suited to active toddlers as there are no stairs to get on the slippery dip (just climbing rings my 3yo did easily) and neither swing has a cradle. There is no shade or f.
East Point Road in Fannie Bay
Chambers Drive in Katherine
Larapinta Drive in Alice Springs
Chippis Rd in Nhulunbuy
Banyan Rd in Nhulunbuy
Very small playground. Only has 1 spider web climbing frame and 2 swings..
Gardens Road in Darwin
This playground looks like an oasis in the middle of high rise building apartments.
Warrego Court in Darwin
This playground is located near Larrakeyah Primary School and is often visited by children that live nearby on the way home from school after school hours.
Malabar St in Larrakeyah
This somewhat old and worn playground at Cooinda Lodge offers a break for those travelling with little kids tired from long car rides and camping in Kakadu. It is next to a lovely swimming pool and th.
Cooinda Road in Daly Waters
Swings, a balance bar and slippery dip with climbing platforms..
Higgs Street in Moil
A basic suburban playground with swings, little slippery dip and some climbing equipment..
Byrne Circuit in Moil
A basic playground behind the Moil supermarket with a small slippery dip and a hard-to-reach hand-held flying fox..
Budgen Street in Moil
This new playground with soft fall is partially shaded and has two slippery dips and a basic climbing ring. It is fully fenced but is out of sight of the old playground where there is a slippery dip, .
Memorial Terrace in Adelaide River
A small park with equipment tucked away in Leanyer. The equipment is very basic with a slide and climbing frame. There are tables and chairs and plenty of shade from big leafy trees. During the middle.
Leanyer Drive in Leanyer