Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Edenbrooke Dr, Park - Sinnamon Park

Ebony and I came across this park by sheer luck, that is, a couple of wrong turns on our way to an appointment (even while following the Navman's directions)... There is a beautiful atmosphere about the park. Paintings, wildlife & lot's of climbing equipment (it did help that Ebony and I went on a week day, early afternoon & had the whole park to ourselves). As Ebony is only 18mths old she couldn't use all of the facilities climbing frames & sliding poles, she did however, love climbing the steps, using the slide & bridges (even with mummy swinging them), & talking to the turtles & ducks. We will definitely be back to this little gem. A great spot to turn on little imaginations.
Enjoy it for free
Age groups:
A park for the more mobile toddler, lots of climbing & balancing to be had by pre-school & primary aged kids.

Edenbrooke Dr
Sinnamon Park, QLD

electric barbecues
undercover area
wheelchair access

Shade rating:
We visited this park in the afternoon & by then it was well shaded. Stay tuned for an early morning visit for more accurate feedback.

Playground features:
Pond with ducks & turtles (unfortunately a big sign reads no feeding the wildlife) aside from the water being a bit mucky when we visited last, it was still a lovely area for bird & turtle spotting
Climbing Frames

no cafes. bring a picnic & or use the bbq facilities

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