Narrandera Park and Adventure Playground, Narrandera NSW

Corner Twynam St and Cadell St (Newell Highway), Narrandera  NSW  2700

Activities and play areas
This is a fantastic playground within the large and leafy Narrandera Park. As its name suggests, it is an adventure for all ages (and parents) discovering the wide variety of play equipment with specific areas for toddlers, over 5 year olds and older primary school children. The playground area is quite large with the usual climbing frames, bridges, slides and swings as well as a variety of more unusual yet fantastic equipment including a large flying fox. A skate ramp is located at the north west corner of the park.

Playground ground cover: Bark and softfall.
Paths: A path runs through Narrandera Park but doesn't circle it completely. Small paths connecting play equipment in the playground area.
Sand play: No.
Water play (non swim): No.
Swimming: No.
Large open grassed area: Yes, this is a large park with lots of trees and an oval right in the middle of it.

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Family space
Benches and tables: Benches, tables and picnic gazebos dotted around the park. Grandstand overlooking the oval.
BBQs: Yes - electric, free.
Taps and drinking fountains: Unsure.
Dogs allowed: No.

Facilities
Opening times: N/A
Fencing: Fencing around the toddler area within the adventure playground. Another toddler play area unfenced.
Shading: Some shade provided by surrounding trees.
Toilets: At the Visitor Information Centre within the park.
Rubbish bins / recycling: Bins for general waste.
Signs, restrictions: No smoking, glass, dogs or bikes.
Power and lights: Unsure.

Additional
Cafe / kiosk / restaurant: The Narrandera RSL Club is in a nearby street and the main street (East Street) is just a couple of blocks away.
Gift shop: The Narrandera Visitor Information Centre is located within the park.
Mini-trains or other rides: No. During special events, organisers run a popular novelty road train which tours the town.
Attractions, places of interest: Within the Visitor Information Centre is the Big Playable Guitar - once the world's largest, currently the largest in the southern hemisphere. Next door to the centre is a WW2 Tiger Moth memorial with a DH 82 Tiger Moth as well as model planes and historical photographs. Across the road from the playground is the Parkside Cottage Museum.

Getting there
Parking: Lots of free parking on all four sides of the park.
Public transport: No.
Wheelchair access: Flat paths from the playground areas to the Visitor Information Centre.

Have you been to this park? Let us know what you thought. 


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