Bicentennial Park Giant Slide Park

  10 ratings
Added almost 13 years ago

Features

Wheelchair 15 All abilities Fence 15 Fully fenced
Toddler Toddler friendly Toilet 15 Toilets
Car 15 Car parking Bbq 15 BBQ
Seats Seats Picnic site 15 Tables
Bicycle 15 Bike path Shelter 15 Sun shade

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8 Reviews

Bj Middleton
written about 1 month ago

I've been coming here for 30yrs! Wonderful park with everything you could think of.


Marta E
written almost 2 years ago

Fantastic park! So much to do for all ages and abilities. One of the best parks we've been. Fenced off and safe. Little one had a ball!


Wunna
written over 2 years ago

This park has won 1st prize nationally after his refurbishment I think 2011. I know it only in this stage. The pictures on this site are very old.
Yes it is the best park I have seen. Very good for every age group, fully fenced, different play areas, huge toilet block, many BBQ's. The 2 mountain slides are the highlight. Weekends are crazy as there are parties everywhere. Only negative you can loose your child it's soo big.


Charmaine
written about 6 years ago

Wow, just got home from a brilliant day at this park, my kids have decided it's their new favourite park!

Endless things to do here, many things we have never seen before at other playgrounds such as the quirky smurfs village!

There is also an outdoor gym set up. Plenty of room for ball games. Loads of picnic tables both shaded and unshaded. Toilet facillities. Bbqs. etc etc etc

A must to visit great for children of all ages :).


Bekhar
written over 6 years ago

Best park ever. So many areas.


Katrina
written almost 7 years ago

They are nearing the end of remodelling the whole park. The slides have remained but they have added a "fairy" garden, some small cottages with different things in each, a sand pit with diggers, some raised sandpits for children in wheelchairs and also a swing for children in wheelchairs. Still plenty BBQs (they weren't yet turned on when we went last week) Some of the original play equipment has remained but been moved. New toilets (again not opened last week) but they do have portables at the moment.
At this point there is shade from trees which covers some of the park, there are also couple of shaded structures over BBQ and another 1 in middle of park but doesn't seem to be alot of shade over the play equipment. Hopefully they will be putting some up with the refurbishment. Hopefully I will be able to post some new photos soon.


Kate
written almost 13 years ago

The giant tunnel slide is the greatest attraction of this park, but you tend to get stuck half way down as the slide flattens out momentarily. The mound it is on also provides plenty of climbing opportunities, with ropes and soft-fall mats.

The other play equipment is varied, and all fresh, interesting, and well maintained. There is plenty of shade for a BBQ get together, as well as hopscotch and downball areas.

The bike track extends beyond the playground into the sporting fields, and to cross the small carpark there are cute traffic lights for the kids, which, unfortunately, are no longer working due to vandalism.

Families could spend hours here without the kids getting bored. And there is some equipment designed for children with disabilities, some which requires strength or balance, and much which requires only a child's imagination.


Anna
written almost 13 years ago

This an excellent playground. There are a few different areas with lots of playground equipment and of course - there's the Giant Slide. There are bbq facilities and some good shaded areas. And yes, there are toilets.

Tip: A small mat might be handy with the giant slide.


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Scotch Parade, Chelsea VIC


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