Warril Parkland offers an abundance of nature play opportunities, alongside more traditional equipment.
Upon entry to the park, visitors are greeted with the picturesque Budela-budela Lake, pontoon, boardwalk and overlooking picnic facilities. This section is often used to host weddings, naming day ceremonies and other formal events.
The large nature play area boasts a water table with pump and two ground level pumps that flow water along concrete creek beds. Children can enjoy a sandy play area, weave through log totems and scramble over an array of sandstone blocks. There's even an interactive outdoor shower feature!
At the heart of the playground is a striking wooden fort with climbing nets, suspension bridges, enclosed slide and observation tower. Nearby, more traditional play equipment includes a flying fox, swing set with a toddler seat and stand-alone nest swing.
The Warril Parkland Discovery Trail leads through the surrounding bushland and features signage with prompts for nature-based challenges and activities. Examples include constructing stick shelters, walking across logs and tree stumps, looking for evidence of recent animal activity and more. Printable resources with additional tasks can be accessed prior to arrival.
If that's not enough excitement, there are several longer bush walking trails and extensive concrete cycling pathways.
Disability-friendly parking, disability-friendly toilets and extensive concrete pathways