Best Playgrounds in Hobart to take the kids –
Playgrounds and parks are plentiful in Hobart, with so many to choose from, the question is which are the best? Here is a guide to the best 6 playgrounds in Hobart.
Kangaroo Bay Parklands, Bellerive – One of the state’s newest playgrounds, this entire waterfront area features innovative water play machines including hand-operated pumps. It also has a large net play area, urban table tennis table, basketball hoop and fantastic picnic areas.
Long Beach Playground, Sandy Bay – This playground is located at a picturesque part of Sandy Bay (so you can enjoy the view, whilst the kids play). It has a huge array of play experience, including, bouncers, slides, various climbing structures, sand play, water pump, swings, things that move and spin.
Caldew Park, West Hobart – Known as the ‘Train Park’ this park has swings, a unique train bridge, a play rain and a tricycle track. It includes dedicated play areas for the younger and older children.
Tynwald Park, New Norfolk – The kids will love this playground as it has to be the biggest one in the state. It is a huge, open leafy area by the river and boasts a road track for bicycles with working traffic lights so children can learn to ride in real conditions. There is also play equipment for them to play on too.
Princes Park, Battery Point – A great park for letting the kids run riot. There is plenty of sloping grasslands, but the big attraction is the big boat play area. It has two smaller slider for the littlies and a big tall slide for the braver kids.
The Duck Park, Kingston Beach – This playground has play equipment with two slides and bridge. It has swings and a bucket swing for the smaller kids, plus a seesaw swing. The part that the kids love the most is feeding the ducks afterwards … hence the “duck park” name.
Get going, get a picnic packed and head out to explore the playgrounds around Hobart.