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Darling Quarter, Sydney
(4.3/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • Place of passage, between the Chinese Garden and the event Centre, having many spaces for relaxation, performances, and contemplation
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  • It's really cool to see all the high rise buildings and busy office goers catching up in cafe and lot of interesting play area in and around the place. My kid loves the chess and color stuff put up he...  more »
  • The free playground in Darling Quarter was a surprise find, especially for our 8 and 10 year olds! We 'lost' them for a good hour as they explored all the interactive play features, so many in fact i ...  more »
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  • Pretty top notch for a free park. Lit up at night including interesting water play, slides, flying fox, climbing, swings, toilets and nearby maccas and cafes this park has all the the stuff to keep kids entertained for hours.
  • Great place to take the kids. Top playground with an open area, jungle gym and a fountain. There are some nice restaurants nearby as well.
  • multi-award-winning playground designed for 'acceptable risk' so tiny kids even in nappies delight in splashing and play in water that is never more than 2" deep, and amazingly tiny girls see others do it, then climb purposefully to the top of a 30' high rope pyramid - they feel on top of the world when they get there - I've even seen a kid fall from near the top, bounce off the next rope down, catch himself and continue on without concern - THAT'S a good design ! The other amazing thing is unless it 's unpleasant weather (cold/rain) it will be busy even late at night - and the only time I've ever seen the rope pulley flying fox empty was when it was raining and only one family was playing around - I told the kids - 'hey - rare opportunity - the flying fox is free !' - they screamed with delight and rushed off to use it. Enjoy.
  • Best local playground for all ages. Amazing water play, sandpit, climbing, slide, flying fox and climbing equipment. Both baby and older kids swings.
  • Lots of fun equipment for kids. More unsupervised kids running crazy than most playgrounds - watch out if you've got younger ones