Centennial Park - Ian Potter's Wild Play Garden, 10am to 5pm, Free, Age: All
The Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden, is a $4M state-of-the-art nature play space designed to engage the five senses, and help to reconnect children to nature. Complete with water, natural vegetation and soaring heights, children have the chance to get lost in the wonderment of nature. WILD PLAY features dry creek beds, an artesian water play area, a bamboo forest, banksia tunnels, turtle mounds and the Park’s first treehouse. It’s a dramatic landscape in which children are encouraged to run, jump, play, learn and discover the wild side of life!
For more info, check out the official website here
When: Everyday 10am - 5pm
Age: All ages, must have adult supervision.
Where: Entry to the Garden is from Grand Drive, in Centennial Park. Click here to download map
Parking: In Centennial Park
always park in designated parking areas - front first along Grand Drive's parking bays
be aware of the timed parking zones at specific points, particularly around main entry gates
always be aware of pedestrians, cyclists, horses and dogs - and especially the presence of small children
never park - or even stop temporarily - in the cycle lane on the left side of Grand Drive
be aware that Banksia Way - adjacent to Centennial Parklands Dining - is now a shared zone with no general visitor parking available
Nearby Food and Awesome Coffee: Pack a picnic/BBQ and find at the park or check nearby cafe The Green House