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Piney Lakes Sensory Playground and Sculpture Walk

Updated: Feb 27, 2020


Arriving just after 9am parking wasn't a problem at the Murdoch Drive car park. While the kids explored the amazing sensory playground we tracked down the BBQ (hidden near the toilets) and set about cooking up a storm for breakfast. We had our coffee fix while driving here and had brought along champagne to wash down brekkie but there was a coffee van on site in case of caffeine withdrawals!

After breakfast we set out to find the sculpture walk... past a lovely cool waterfall and across grassy fields we came across a path through the bush ....the trail is not well signposted from the playground. Once you hit the bush you are best to turn left and walk along the path to the signpost for the Wetlands Walk (we missed this as we had entered the bush too early). The Wetlands Walk trail becomes the Sculpture Walk near the Piney Lakes Environmental Education Centre. The Bidi Katitjiny Women's Trail also loops around the Sculpture Trail. The kids had fun spotting the sculptures as we completed the loop back to the playground. The walk took a little over an hour including lots of photo stops.

To find maps and information on the playground or the Piney Lakes walks

http://www.melvillecity.com.au/environment-and-waste/piney-lakes/piney-lakes-reserve

#PineyLakes #SculptureTrail

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