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UPDATE: Public playgrounds, skateparks and outside gyms will be closed from tomorrow (Monday 30 March 2020) across Australia.

Scott Morrison made this announcement tonight following national cabinet. Also announced:
+ Group boot camps can no longer proceed.
+ Public gatherings are limited to two people, reduced from the previous cap of 10 people.

We know that our Playing in Puddles‘ readers love playgrounds and that this will be sad to hear. But this is a necessary step for us to beat this disease and to keep us all safe. Our playgrounds will still be there when we get through this and we will love them more than ever.

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Looking for a Central Coast park? You’ve come to the right place: Playing in Puddles loves playgrounds! We visit parks across the Central Coast – from Kilcare to Lake Munmorah – so that you know what to expect before getting the kids in the car. Scroll down to find reviews on the Central Coast’s fully fenced parks (perfect for toddlers), more challenging playgrounds for older kids, and parks with barbecues, picnic tables and toilets that make them perfect for kids birthday parties. Happy playing!


Category: Central Coast Parks & Playgrounds

Central Coast Skate Parks

With more than 25 skate parks located across the Central Coast, there are plenty of bowls to ride,...

The Lions Park, Woy Woy

The Lions Park in Woy Woy is a small playground with a BIG personality!  Set amidst the panoramic...

Bateau Bay Mini Park

Bateau Bay Mini Park was given an upgrade in January 2019. The existing play space was replaced...

Wallaby Reserve Blackwall

The Wallaby Reserve is a lovely natural play space for tiny tots. Wooden logs, ladders and...

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