Hallinan Park

Hallinan Park

2 rating
Added 6 years ago

Features

Wheelchair 15 All abilities
Toddler Toddler friendly
Car 15 Car parking
Seats Seats Picnic site 15 Tables

Reviews

written over 6 years ago

My two toddlers love this park. There's plenty to keep them happy, with two swings (one of which is a baby seat), a springy animal, drums, a wobbly bridge, monkey bars, cubby house, a slide, a rock climbing wall, rope climbing frame, various spinning/moving playthings. The flooring is softfall.

There is also a wheelchair swing (behind a locked fence) as well as a ramp with some play boards/mirrors to cater for children in a wheelchair.

There are a couple of park benches around and a covered table and chairs.

It doesn't have toilets but Ingleburn Library is next to the park with toilets available for use.

The only drawback is that it is sometimes used as a hang out for high school students who sometimes don't respect the area as a children's playground.


written over 5 years ago

This playground is still a favourite for my girls but I thought I should re-review it as it has really declined.

Campbelltown City Council have obviously attended to the playground as malicious damage to the softfall and swings has been repaired, and spray paint vandalism and rubbish removed, but it is just sad that the playground no longer has a clean fresh feel.

Cleanliness has been compromised by the high school students who use the playground as a hang out to smoke and drink alcohol. As a result there is a lot of broken glass and cigarettes in the bark around the edges of the playground - which I do appreciate it hard for the council workers to get rid of it all without replacing the bark altogether.

If your kids are old and sensible enough to stay out of the bark they could still really enjoy the equipment at this playground, but with a 1.5 and 3 year old usually on my own, I generally avoid this playground now due to the dangerous glass around.


Location

Cumberland Road
2565 Ingleburn , NSW
Australia