Looking for a playground with heaps of space? The Irene Parade Reserve playground in Noraville delivers.
The play equipment is located at one end of a large grassed reserve that provides ample space to kick a ball, play hide ‘n’ seek or enjoy a picnic under the trees.
Newly opened in mid-2019, the playground has equipment best suited to toddlers and babies. There’s a rocker, a group swing, a small spinner, logs to balance on, and a climbing frame complete with fireman pole, slippery dip and play board.
The playground is set back from the road and a wooden fence provides a small barrier for toddlers who love to run.
It’s a lovely space and would be a great spot for mothers’ groups to routinely meet.
Looking for a fully fenced park for toddlers? Click here to check out our feature on the nearby Canton Beach Sensory Park.
Irene Parade Reserve Playground, Noraville
Ages: Toddlers and preschoolers.
Fenced: A wooden fence lines the road and prevents young ones running directly onto the road (see picture above). The playground is set back from the road.
Facilities: Picnic bench. Bins.
Parking: Street parking.
Location: The playground is located in Irene Parade Reserve, which is quite large. The playground is best accessed from Ocean Parade, Noraville (opposite 45 Ocean Parade).
Header Image ©Playing in Puddles.