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Domain Creek Playground

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Parramatta Park has three playgrounds: Pavilion Flat Playground for younger children near the George Street Gatehouse, Domain Creek playground on the Westmead side of the park, and the newer Paperbark Playground in the historic Gardens Precinct near the George Street Gatehouse. The Domain Creek playground is a nature-based playground with mazes made from branches and wire and plenty of green space for running around. It also has water pumps and sand diggers for busy little engineers. The playground has been created with accessibility in mind, and so the flying fox has a sturdy seat with handles and a seat belt and there are wide pathways and lots of shade. Our favourite zone is the pod of sunken trampolines that look like they could be portals to another world. Paperbark Playground is also desgined for accessibility, including traditional playground favourites like a carousel that wheelchair users and kids with varied mobility can enjoy. 

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Address: 16 Park Avenue

Westmead
2145
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