Sienna Wood’s brand new Explorer Park is a multi-use space suitable for all ages, interests and abilities.
The main feature of the playground is the ‘Tree of Life’, which is an 8m high climbing structure with tunnel slides. The climb to the first slide is just stairs, making it easy for little explorers to navigate.
Reaching the bigger slide involves climbing ropes so it a little trickier for younger children.
The slides are super fun and very fast… definitely not for the faith hearted! But the kids will be jumping for joy once they hit the bottom before running back up for another turn.
The rest of the playground has a nature play feel with timber stepping logs throughout the large sandpit and a jarrah post climbing frame.
For the little explorers who aren’t game enough for the BIG slides, there is a decked play area with a smaller toddler-friendly slide.
A wheelchair-accessible roundabout.
And the highlight for my little 2.5 year old, crawling through the wave of metal rings. He was small enough to fit through all the rings, bigger kids would have to climb over the smaller rings and crawl through the bigger ones.
Near the main play area is exercise equipment, perfect for caregivers and teens.
The other side of the playground is a sports lovers dream! There’s a half basketball court, which includes a basketball hoop, netball ring, and a target practice wall.
On the opposite side of the wall is a rock climbing wall, jump practice and another target practice activity.
Surrounding this space is an adventure space where you can let your imagination run wild, exploring the large concrete tunnels and bridge.
For kids who like to chill, there are two net lounge spaces.
Explorer Park also includes a large sports oval with a pitch and cricket nets.
There are BBQ’s, picnic shelters, plenty of bench seating throughout all the play spaces and there are shade sails covering the main play area. There are no public toilets.
Silverthrone Road & Duarte WaySilverthrone Road, Haynes
Street parking available.
About Kellie Elliott
Kellie Elliott is a stay at home mum of 4 she enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram at Perth Mum Adventures.
- PetTeet Park, York - September 3, 2020
- Spring at Raeburn Orchards, Roleystone - September 3, 2020
- Mandurah 3D Art Trail - July 12, 2020
- Sharky’s Mandurah - July 11, 2020
- City of Perth Jungle Maze, Forrest Place - July 5, 2020
- Cluey Learning - May 19, 2020
- Toodyay Fairytale Farm - March 5, 2020
- Padbury Pickings, Herne Hill - February 13, 2020
- Studio 64 Group, South Perth - February 5, 2020
- Fringe World Festival – Fringe Kids - January 21, 2020
Kellie Elliott is a stay at home mum of 4 she enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram.
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