Visit the New Playground at Kotara Park

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There is a new playground at Kotara Park for families to visit. Opened this week, this playground is ideal for the under 6 set.

Kotara Park

It’s not a massive playground, but this colourful neighbourhood playground has plenty to keep kids occupied for a fun play.

Kotara Park

The main structure is a fort with double slide, fireman’s pole, rope climbing wall and rope climbing structure.

Nearby is a balancing beam and half circle.

Kotara Park

There’s a toddler swing and regular swing as well as group swing.

Kotara Park

There’s also a roundabout and see saw.

Kotara Park
Kotara Park

There’s a brightly climbing block that is popular with the kids.

Kotara Park

The play equipment best suits kids aged 0 – 8 years and the playground surfacing is a combination of shredded bark and softfall flooring.

Near the play equipment, there is a large covered picnic area.

Kotara Park

There is also plenty of seating on the sandstone blocks that surround the playground.

Kotara Park

Near the playground, you’ll find lots of flat space ideal for kicking a ball around or just running around. If your kids love trains, you’ll hear and see the trains going by as they pass Kotara Train Station.

The playground is on a busy road. There is a fence that separates the playground from the road but there is a space in the fence for access. Also, the playground is located close to the creek as pictured in the photo below so supervise your kids at all times.

Kotara Park

Address: Park Avenue, Kotara NSW.

Parking: Parking is available on Park Avenue in front of the playground. You can also turn into side road to train station and then turn left towards Kotara Scout Hall. There is a parking lot there and then cross bridge to playground.

Ideal Age: Toddlers, Preschoolers, Young school-age kids

Public Toilets: No.

Water Fountain: Yes.

Picnic Facilities: Covered area next to the playground. Benches and sandstone seating around the park.

BBQ: No

Nearby Cafe: Pick up food or drink at Letter Q Cafe or head to Westfield Kotara or Kotara Homemaker Centre.

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