The Bronzewing Park in Erina was recently given a makeover.
A new play structure has replaced the original frame and the play area has been extended with the addition of a swing set (with bucket baby swing and regular swing).
If you’re a frequenter of playgrounds this space might give you a case of de ja vue, as it’s very similar to Terrigal’s newly renovated Drummer Parry Park.
The beautiful butterfly-emblazoned play structure includes 2 green two slippery dips, a periscope, climbing ladder and mushroom stools.
The playground area is lined with soft-fall rubber (everyone cheer! Wahoo for no mulch) and surrounded by a little brick wall that kids love balancing on. There’s no shade, but surrounding trees cast shade over the equipment at times throughout the day. The playground is partly fenced off from the road and sunken down, so we felt our kids were in a safe zone away from traffic.
The mini bike/scooter track is perfect for tots just learning to ride and is shaped like a snake. Look closely and you’ll see it.
A picnic bench under the trees makes a nice quiet and shady spot for a bite of lunch.
Bronzewing Park, Erina
Trees will shade the playground at times throughout the day. The ground cover under the playground is soft-fall rubber.
Facilities: There is one table and a few bench seats.
Fencing: The playground is partly fenced from the road.
Age group: The playground equipment is best suited to children aged 1-7.
Parking: Free street parking.
Location: Bronzewing Park, Bronzewing Drive, Erina (the playground is opposite number 21).