Holland Park Estate playground

  2 ratings
Added over 3 years ago


Toddler Toddler friendly Car 15 Car parking
Bbq 15 BBQ Seats Seats
Picnic site 15 Tables Bicycle 15 Bike path

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2 Reviews

Laura Raghunathan
written about 1 year ago

Very peaceful playground to come to.
My 5 year old loved it.

Creating area to play schools.

Shame it doesn’t have toilets

Otherwise it will be a playground to come back to .

Tiki Swain
written over 3 years ago

This is a lovely and very new playground done in naturescape style.

Equipment includes a stone slide with several ways to scramble up to it, a big log-and-rope climbing frame, balancing walks, swings, a basket swing, a sand-and-water collaborative play area. Most surfaces are mulch or sand. Shade is limited - shade trees have been planted but they're still young so shade on equipment is intermittent.

Also here there are: benches, a drinking fountain, a BBQ, picnic tables (including one under a shelter), an adult fitness equipment trail, and a green grassy area big enough for chasey and maybe small ball games. There's another long grassy area on the other side of Wildflower View where people are taking dogs, and that has a permanent ping-pong table installed. There is parallel parking along the street on several sides, as well as in the land sales centre opposite. There are no toilets.

Information for 2016: this is in Holland Park, a very new estate, so new that the display homes aren't even built yet. The streets have only appeared on Google Maps in the last few weeks. Wright Street will eventually connect through to Nicholson Road but at this point access needs to be from Armadale Road. The suburb is Piara Waters, which is also new enough to not always appear on suburb lists. The playground has bike paths running around it which don't connect to anything yet but presumably will as the estate takes shape.

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Wildflower View x Fanshawe Boulevard, Piara Waters WA
-32.138660, 115.908787 In the suburb of Piara Waters. Take Wright St off Armadale Road.

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