The playground at Moffat Beach Park was designed around an iconic and historical fig tree. It is well-loved by locals and tourists for its prime beach location and proximity to cafes and shops.
The large wooden playground features four elevated beach huts and an impressive boat structure. Ramps, decks and suspension bridges allow children to go from one hut to another. There are various entry and exit points including rock climbing walls, ladder, fire pole and two slides.
The beach theme is reflected throughout the playground, with equipment including a mock ice-cream parlour, surfboard climbing frame and marine-inspired art panels. Children can keep an eye on the beach and check for potential storms using a telescope, binoculars and weather station.
The boat structure is particularly ideal for younger children with its lower height rope bridge, stairs and climbing wall. Imaginative play is encouraged with the addition of an engine control panel, speaker and "walk the plank" activity. There's even an attached fishing rod!
The playground is partially fenced (roadside) with picnic shelters, plenty of car parks and nearby public toilets. Even better, there are several coffee shops/takeaway shops just across the road.