The Kingston Park Playground provides nature-based play spaces for all ages and abilities. There are nine distinct areas of play, representing the aspirations of the community and inspired by native fauna and habitats within Kingborough. There is also a large public open space connected next to the playground which provides BBQ’s, an open area to play ball games together, enjoy the beginners pump track, learn to ride bike tracks as well as get some exercise in the outdoor gym zones.
Kingston Park Playground – Set out in multiple zones (precincts) and play experiences, BBQ shelters and facilities.
Open Space – Kingston Park
Location and Parking
The main entrances for the playground are on Sparrowhawk Street (off Goshawk Way), Pardalote Parade and through the Kingborough Community Hub on Goshawk Way. The majority of parking spaces are on Sparrowhawk Street. Parking is also available on nearby Skipper Lane.
Find directions to Kingston Park and the playground here.
Kingston Park Facilities - SNAPSHOT
|AMENITIES||IMAGES||PLAYGROUND & PUBLIC OPEN SPACE||IMAGES|
|BBQ (free non-bookable)||Large grassed area|
|Car park (3hr parking)||Play equipment (multiple zones and all ages)|
|Baby change bathroom||300m kids learn to ride track|
|Bins||Beginners asphalt pump track (with bike repair station)|
|Drinking Fountains||Three gym exercise equipment areas|
|Shelter||Stone gathering circle|
|Shade sails||Walking paths (connected to Whitewater Creek Track)|
|Seating||No dogs allowed in the playground area, but can be walked on a lead on the perimeter tracks where bins and bags are provided|
|Lighting - this is the first park lands in Kingborough with lights designed to minimise light spill and pollution for native wildlife|
|Fencing (toddler area completely fenced, all others partially fenced)|