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Warradale Park Nature Play Area Landsdale

Updated: Apr 24



Warradale Park Nature Play Area is part of the larger Warradale Park which is encircled by Warradale Terrace in Landsdale. The Nature Play Area is fully fenced with dual child proof gates to ensure the safety of your child within the play area. Parking is located just up the road at the Warradale Community Centre. There are also toilets located at the Community Centre. A drink fountain and several picnic tables are located within the fenced Nature Play Area. Much of the play area is shaded by mature trees or brightly coloured shade sails.


There is a central shaded natural play area with a twin slide.



There are swings and a large sand area with a digger.



There are musical play elements.



There is a large nature play area under mature trees and the nature play elements extend through the wider play areas.



There is a toddler sandpit.



And a shaded yellow slide built into a grassy knoll with a basket swing on the edge of the play space overlooking the playing fields.



The play space is double gated and has a paved path looping through the play space - great for little ones on scooters.


There is a second small unfenced playground at the rear end of the Warradale Community Centre.


At the southern end the Park backs on to Landsdale Primary School and the nature play and playground facilities are outside the fenced boundary of the school providing additional play spaces.



There is a BMX/Skate Freestyle Zone located next to the small basketball court.



The wider Warradale Park includes a large partially fenced lake with a small viewing platform. There is a dual use paved path around the lake and encircling the whole park. The path is flat and universally accessible. There is a barbecue located with a couple of picnic tables near the stand of trees on the eastern side of the park. There are no toilets unless the Community Centre is open.



Although the lake is a fair way from the playground on several occasions when we have visited this park after heavy rains the shallow dip immediately next to the playground has been underwater. While this flooded section is outside the fenced playground it is in itself not fenced and provides a fantastic opportunity for some supervised puddle jumping so bring along gumboots, towels and change of clothes.



Warradale Park has lots of little playgrounds to explore on your way around by bike or scooter and could keep the family busy for several hours.




 

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In the spirit of reconciliation Out and About- Family Nature Connection acknowledges the traditional owners of the Wadjak boodjar (Perth land) and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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