A little bribery can go a long way to making your day just that little bit easier. Grocery shopping can be a headache with little tots, but we have a solution for all Green Point Aldi shoppers – if the kids behave while you walk the aisles, promise them a play at Bayside Drive Reserve Playground.

Bayside Drive Reserve Playground, Green Point | Image ©Playing in Puddles

The playground has a swirling slippery dip, a climbing frame, and a rock-climbing wall. There’s a naughts-and-crosses board and a shopfront for budding chefs. There are two swings – one for bubs and one for older children. And being new, the mulch is still nice, chunky mulch (it hasn’t yet disintegrated into dirt), so the kids won’t need to be thrown in the bath the minute they get home.

Bayside Drive Reserve Playground, Green Point | Image ©Playing in Puddles

It’s right on the waterfront, so it makes for a beautiful spot to have a play and enjoy a picnic. We recommend throwing in the picnic rug, a football, and some snacks, as it’s a lovely spot to just sit and soak up the sun.

Bayside Drive Reserve Playground, Green Point | Image ©Playing in Puddles

There’s a large grassed area perfect for a game of rugby or chasings, and at low tide the mangroves provide a fun area for mud-crab spotting and mud sloshing. Or, if you’re lucky enough to own a kayak or canoe, it’s a great place to take off for a little paddle.

Bayside Drive Reserve Playground, Green Point | Image ©Playing in Puddles

Bayside Drive Reserve, Green Point

Ages: The playground is best suited to young ones aged 1-8.
Fenced: Yes, this park is now fully fenced.
Shaded: No, but there are plenty of trees.
Facilities: No toilets or tables sadly.
Parking: In the street, or park in the Aldi shopping complex and walk down.
Location:

Looking for other playgrounds in Green Point? Check out Green Point Foreshore Reserve – it’s the perfect spot for a picnic!

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This park review – first published in 2018 – is regularly updated as equipment and facilities are modified. If you’ve visited this park and something has changed, please do let us know by emailing [email protected] 

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Written By: KATIE STOKES

Founder & Editor

After working in print and online media for more than a decade, Katie launched Playing in Puddles in 2017. A mum of three young boys and local of the Central Coast, Katie loves discovering and sharing all that’s happening in our region.