This playground has toilets, is suitable for toddlers, is suitable for all abilities, has seats, has tables, has a BBQ, has car parking, and has the following special equipment "Lots of novel equipment"
This lovely new play structure is situated right in the middle of the Botanic Gardens overlooking the lake. The gardens are beautiful and well worth spending some time exploring. A bridge leads to a little oriental island at the side of the lake which my 4-year-old preferred to the play equipment.
Several signs on the equipment proudly proclaim, 'access for all'. The structure is clearly designed to be as safe as possible with no exposed chains and all flexible parts covered in rubber padding. A rubber turf path leads to a ramp that could allow a wheelchair user to reach the upper platform, but there's not a lot to do once there for kids who can't get themselves down the slide or across the bridge. I'd like to see a few more pieces of equipment designed for mobility impaired kids to justify the signage.
There are a lot of novel pieces of equipment that little climbers will love.
Review by Suzette, January 25, 2005