The Bilarong Reserve at North Narabeen has fenced & shaded playground for toddlers, climbing spider nets for older children & an awesome constructed dry creek sand pit with rock sculptures of mythical creatures like dragons and lizards!
Besides the famous 'Gardens of Many Nations' which feature plants from various regions such as North America, South America, Japan, Australia, Netherlands & Africa, Fagan Park also has an awesome playground!
If you like taking your little ones out to water parks to play and cool down during hot summer days, here are 3 water parks which have my thumbs-up vote and the best thing is that entry to these water parks is FREE!
The Brays Bay Reserve (Rhodes) has two impressive play areas, one enclosed for the little ones and another one out in the open with a spider-net. It also has a little mini putt putt area, picnic shelters, BBQ & stunning water views!
Putney Park is a popular & beautiful park located right next to the Parramatta River. It has 2 playgrounds & a toddler's play area. The wading pool gets very busy during summer as it's a good place to play & cool off!
The beautiful Glebe Foreshore Parks form a ribbon of parkland around the Glebe Peninsula which includes Bicentennial Park, Federal Park, Jubilee Park, Blackwattle Bay Park, Pope Paul Reserve and the Glebe Foreshore Walk.
The Blaxland Riverside Park (Sydney Olympic Park) has plenty for the family to do & see: play at the huge playground, picnic/BBQ with free BBQ facilities, enjoy a meal at the Armory Wharf Cafe with water views, cycle around the extensive cycling track or visit the historical Newington Armory next door!
Experience a bit of China without leaving Sydney at Chang Lai Chinese Garden located within Nurragingy Reserve (Doonside)! Plus there are lots of other facilities like BBQs, playgrounds, walks, international gardens, function centre and more.