Top 10 kids parks in Gosnells

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Cash-free fun to wear the kids out!

When you need to entertain the kids and are on a low income and tight budget – hit the park! It doesn’t get much simpler – or cheaper – than heading to one of these fab local Gosnells parks for hours of fun!

Here’s 10 top kids parks in Gosnells

  1. Set amongst the tree tops
  • There’s loads to explore at Centennial Pioneer Park in Gosnells.
  • Especially good for older kids, there’s a fabulous treetop boardwalk, along with a riverside boardwalk.
  • Younger kids will love the colourful play equipment featuring climbing nets, slides and obstacles.
  1. Simple but sweet
  • This great little playground is a nice spot to relax.
  • Shaded and with lots of sand for little ones to enjoy digging in, the colourful play equipment includes a fort, climbing frame, slide and swings.
  • There’s a great bike path to enjoy a cycle and lots of open grassy space to throw a ball around.
  1. The grass is green!
  • Set alongside loads of open grassy green sports fields is Sutherlands Park Playground in Huntingdale.
  • With an adjacent traditional gazebo where you can sit and enjoy a cuppa in the shade, the playground features lots of fun favourites.
  • There’s lots of bridges, climbing frames, a mini flying fox, slides and fireman’s pole.
  1. Bounce the basketball
  • Waterlilly Close Reserve in Huntingdale is a cute neighbourhood playground.
  • There’s a shaded kids playground with swings, climbing frame, obstacles and slide.
  • And older kids can enjoy shooting a few hoops on the basketball half court.
  1. Cute and compact
  • The well maintained parklands of Rusthall Way Reserve in Huntingale are a great spot for a play.
  • Here the playground is shaded and has soft fall flooring that’s great for toddlers.
  • Equipment includes swings, a slide, monkey bars, and a fort with ladders to climb.
  • Riders can take the bike path which connects the park to the Southern River bike path network and through to Southern River College.
  1. Playgroup in the park
  • There’s lots to keep the kids busy at Memorial Park in Armadale.
  • With colourful slides, spinners, flying fox and monkey bars, swings, and climbing frames including a rope spider web, the park also hosts a great drop-in playgroup at 9:30am on weekdays from Mondays through to Thursdays.
  • There’s also a nearby skate park for the older kids.
  1. Ship ahoy!
  • Little pirates will love the pirate ship playground at Frye Park in Kelmscott.
  • With an enclosed toddlers play area, this fun playground centres around a huge wooden pirate ship.
  • There’s also slides, fireman’s pole, lots of climbing fun, ladders and pirate toys.
  1. King of the castle!
  • Kids will love playing in the castle at Fancote Park in Kelmscott.
  • Here there’s three separate play areas to enjoy, including fitness and climbing equipment for older kids and adults.
  • Younger ones can enjoy exploring the monkey bars, slides, ladders and climbing frames and nets, swings, and spring rider.
  • But best of all is the huge stone castle – the perfect place for little kings and queens and their adventures!
  1. Do some trainspotting
  • Enjoy a play while you watch the trains go by at Packer Park in Kenwick.
  • This shaded playground is great for toddlers, with climbing forts, walls and nets, slide, bridges, monkey bars, swings and a spring rider.
  • There’s also lots of open grassy spaces and bike paths to explore.
  1. Active fun
  • Set alongside the cricket and football fields you’ll find Harmony Fields Playground in Maddington.
  • This shaded playground has soft fall flooring and lots of fun, colourful equipment for the kids to explore.
  • There’s lots of obstacle course, balance beam and climbing fun, there’s swings, climbing nets and ladders and slides.