Here are some great little parks hidden in the back streets of the Hills that you might not know about!
This playground opened in late 2017 and is a great play area for toddlers and kids not at school yet – there’s good equipment that’s not too big or high and gives them the opportunity to ‘learn the ropes’.
Plenty of green space, a cool playground and cafe across the road make this park worth travelling to.
Fagan Park is a truly beautiful park and one of our favourite places to visit with our kids.
The second phase of the playground at Rutherford Avenue Reserve in Kellyville is now open! This has really enhanced the space and now it's feeling like a complete playground which caters for a range of ages.
This playground in the centre of the Hills ticks all the boxes.
We’ve given you our favourite Hills-based parks, now it’s time to broaden our search! Here are some parks in Sydney that are worth a day trip.
The Ollie Webb Reserve Playground is Parramatta's first all-inclusive playground and water play park!
A cool new playground is now open in Cherrybrook and if you have a dinosaur fan then it's right up their alley! Roarsome!
This one is definitely not in the Hills District. In fact, it's a bit of a trek to Sydney's eastern suburbs. But it IS pretty special and makes for a lovely family day trip. The garden is shutting for all of August for maintenance and replanting so plan a visit for Spring time!
A learn-to-ride track plus a cute playground makes this park a hit with kids!
There's lots to love about Governor Phillip Park in Windsor and there's also water play! Here's a rundown of it.
If you haven't been down to Wisemans Ferry, it's well worth a day trip! This beautiful park has been refreshed over the past months and is looking lovely, with new landscaping, paths and shaded barbeque areas.
This playground in Box Hill has some unusual and fun equipment!
This playground in Box Hill offers great equipment for different age groups including a bit of ninja warrior action and a cute little bug-inspired toddler area!
This park in Box Hill is all about two and three wheeled fun!
We really like this park in the back streets of The Ponds as it caters well for kids of different ages!
This playground nestled in suburbs of Carlingford has 230m of flat bike path to ride/scoot on.
The new learn-to-ride track at Centenary of ANZAC Reserve Castle Hill is the fourth bike track to open in the Hills! We’re on a roll!
A brand new learn-to-ride track has opened in Crestwood Reserve Baulkham Hills.
Another new playground in Kellyville which boasts play equipment suitable for all ages.
This is a great park in the HIlls and also has a learn-to-ride track!
This is a beautiful park in the Hills.
We always keep our eyes open for new parks or park upgrades so we were excited to check out the transformation of West Epping Park. We love the space that caters for a wide range of ages, including an impressive spider web connected to an awesome slide! Plan a family visit soon!
A comprehensive guide to good parks and playgrounds in the Hills.
Not too far from the Hills, this cool park is worth a visit.
A sandpit in the shape of Tahiti, a tribute to the transit of Venus and a goat-shaped children’s ride make this park truly unique.
Corner Post Office Street and Young Road, Carlingford.
Camomile St, The Ponds.
Ironbark Ridge Reserve, Rouse Hill (best parking for playground is Dainfern Street).