4 Fun Playgrounds In The Hills District, Sydney

There are so many more in the Hills District for us to tackle but we tackled FOUR in one day and loved every one of our new playgrounds!

Have you been to any of these? Do you like them? What is your favourite playground in the Hills District? 

Balcombe Heights Estate Playground- Baulkham Hills

Where is it? Google Maps – follow the road you turn into off Seven Hills Rd going past the first 2 lots of car parks. 3rd car park on your right and playground is just down from the car park. I just typed ‘Balcombe Heights Estate’ into google maps on my phone and followed my nose.

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  • Playground is next to some open grass sports fields
  • FREE Parking near the playground
  • Swings
  • Climbing apparatus
  • Slides
  • Rock wall
  • Balance activities
  • Ropes to climb
  • Steps and climbing parts of the playground
  • Public toilets

Miss A loved exploring this new playground, trying out new things.

Crestwood Park- Baulkham Hills

Where is it? (Type in the tennis courts for most accurate location) Google Maps

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  • Plenty of FREE parking
  • Sandpit
  • Swings (another swing set about 100 m away near tennis courts also)
  • Steps
  • Balance equipment
  • Pretend house for imagination play
  • Bridges
  • Climbing equipment
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Wheelchair access swing
  • Shaded playground
  • Access friendly playground
  • Toilets

North Rocks Park- Carlingford

Where is it? Google Maps

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  • Next to the tennis courts
  • Enclosed playground
  • BBQ facilities outisde the playground
  • Toilets
  • Swings
  • Slides
  • Rocks to explore
  • Spinning equipment
  • Monkey bars
  • Steps
  • Various types of balance equipment
  • Climbing apparatus

Miss A loved splashing in the puddles-SO glad we had our gumboots on!

Larry Bolitho Reserve- Carlingford

Where is it? Google Maps

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  • Enclosed Playground
  • Limited street parking-FREE
  • Plenty of grass to run around on
  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Climbing equipment
  • Spinning equipment
  • No toilets
  • Tunnels
  • Shaded play equipment
  • Balance bridge
  • Drinking water bubbler

The rain didn’t even stop us exploring this park! We were able to hide out under bridge for shelter when it got heavy.

 

With SO many areas of Sydney to cover we will return to the Hills District hopefully in the near future to explore some of the other playgrounds around. Stay tuned for more insights to various playgrounds and family outings.

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