Coldstream Crescent Playground in Rankin Park: One for Timber Playground Fans

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If you love timber playgrounds, visit this playground in Coldstream Crescent Reserve on McCaffrey Drive in Rankin Park. Like the nearby Elbrook Drive playground in Rankin Park, it was refurbished in late 2019.

Coldstream Playground Rankin Park

This area formerly was home to a swing set but now it’s full of fun playground equipment.

Coldstream Playground Rankin Park

The main play equipment includes lots of things for kids to climb up and down. Kids can race each other on the dual slides.

Coldstream Playground Rankin Park

There’s a timber fort play structure connects to a horizointal climbing net via a wooden bridge. There’s also a climbing wall and another vertical climbing net.

The timber swing set includes a regular and baby swing.

Coldstream Crescent Playground

There’s a long timber log for kids to balance on followed by a series of log circles to jump and balance.

Coldstream Playground Rankin Park

The play equipment best suits kids aged 0 – 8 years and the playground features bark chips.

Coldstream Playground Rankin Park

There’s a covered picnic area which is great for parents to hang out and watch kids play. Currently, the park is missing a bin so you’ll need to take your rubbish home with you.

The playground is fenced on the side closest to McCaffrey Drive.

Coldstream Playground

Near the playground, you’ll find lots of green space ideal for kicking a ball around or just running around.

Coldstream Playground

It does slope down towards a creek so you will need to keep an eye on younger kids. Just bring Aerogard as there was a few mozzies around.

Coldstream Playground

Address: McCaffrey Drive past Coldstream Crescent, Rankin Park NSW

Ideal Age: Toddlers, Preschoolers, Young school age kids

Public Toilets: No

Water Fountain: No

Picnic Facilities: Picnic benches


Nearby Cafe: Pick up a coffee in New Lambton or Elermore Vale shopping centre

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