Tree Frog Playground is a great playground in the back streets of North Kellyville. It sits in Oxlade Reserve and is the perfect option for a peaceful play at a local park.

The playground opened in late 2017 and sits on the corner of two back streets, meaning parking is not a problem and it’s nice and quiet. This 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’.

There’s a junior play structure, standard swings and a bird’s nest swing, a rope climbing unit and a flying fox and each of these is a good size for smaller kids to test out and get the hang of things. There’s a shade sail over some of the equipment and there’s also a large picnic table and benches that are covered and make a nice spot to have morning tea or lunch.

We like the couple of frog structures too and the cool snakes and ladders board provides something a little different.

The playground sits in a larger reserve so you could have a run around or kick a ball. There’s a small pond though so you must keep an eye on little ones at all times. There’s some fencing around the playground but it’s not completely enclosed.

Tree Frog Playground, Oxlade Reserve

Corner Oxlade St & Bresnihan Avenue, North Kellyville.