Gingin is a small and quaint township with a mighty new playground that is jam-packed with features and caters for children of all ages!
The playground is nature-based, one of the main features is the Gingin Tower which includes two slides, a rope ladder and bridge.
Other nature-based elements include stepping stumps and logs. One of my favourite features is a wind upturned tree windmill – the tree is from a local farmers property.
Gingin Outdoor Activity Space has a swing for everyone! Two standard swings, a toddler swing and a birds net swing.
As well as a big 360-degree pendulum swing.
The toddler designed space includes a cubbyhouse with a shop window, arched doorway and other cutouts – it is perfect for imaginative play!
Also in this space is a rock hill with a concert tunnel and embarked slide.
The active space includes a small scooter track which is perfect for beginners.
If your kids love to skate, scooter or BMX, they will love the skate park, which including ramps, rails and a bowl.
The half basketball court not only adds an awesome pop of colour, but it is also very popular with the older kids.
The Gingin Outdoor Activity Space has a great sense of community and wouldn’t have been possible without community fundraising events and securing sponsorships and grants. I love that the playground uses earthy tones and natural materials that enhances and celebrates the historic town.
There is plenty of natural shade as well as shade sails, public toilets, picnic shelter, BBQs and the CU@Park Cafe is located right next door.
The Town of Gingin is located just an hour from Perth CBD and makes for the perfect day trip. If you have time, I would highly recommend learning a little bit about the rich history of Gingin by doing the Gingin Walkabout Trail. My kids also loved checking out the Gingin Waterwheel, which is a replica of the one used to drive Chesiton Flour Mill.
Gingin Outdoor Activity Space
Corner Weld St and Jones St, Gingin
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.
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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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