The Bibra Lake Regional Playground is packed with unique features designed to promote inclusivity and celebrate diversity for people of all ages and abilities.
You’ll find a double flying fox that includes rubber path access to the landing and a hoist seat with a seat belt was very popular. It is also very easy for younger/smaller kids to pull back up to the top of the landing.
Bibra Lake Regional Playground incorporates local Aboriginal heritage throughout the park including the Yarning Circle with talking rocks.
The giant talking rocks “speak” in Nyungar to teach local stories and features of the lake that are important to Nyungar people. They are activated by sensors in the rocks as you move around the Yarning Circle.
The tree-top aerial rope walk is a first of its kind in WA. My kids love the Skywalk, especially how dark the slide was, it added to the excitement!
A grove of giant metal reeds with sprinklers attached will shower the kids during the summer months. These will be set to timers.
Next to the splash pad is a giant turtle and nest of eggs and baby turtles in a sand pit.
A grassy hill with tunnels that you get to through a maze of timber poles…
Leads to a secret chamber in the middle.
For all the dinosaur lovers there is a Diprotodon fossil to discover!! A Diprotodon was a prehistoric Marsupial that once roamed around Bibra Lake until some 25,000 years ago.
There are 2 in-ground trampolines.
The assault course is a great challenge for the big kids in all of us. Start off at the Muscle Buster and work your way around.
Aboriginal fish traps have inspired the creation of large basket-shaped climbing frames and cubby houses.
The playground has a see-saw & nest swing along the rubber path for disabled access and a small slide. There is also a big swing that includes a Supa Nova.
Balance beams and stepping logs can lead you to or from the dinosaur dig.
Musical instruments for some soulful noise making.
There are 2 BBQ areas within the playground that are shaded with double free gas BBQs, tap, drinking fountain and seating.
Including wheelchair accessible BBQs and drink fountains.
There is a toilet block within the enclosed playground area which includes a height-adjustable adult-sized changing table, a tracking hoist and automatic doors.
The playground is fully enclosed with latches on fence gates.
They have kept many of the large beautiful trees and they provide fantastic shade over the playground and onto grass areas perfect for a picnic.
Bibra Lake Regional Playground is a fantastic addition to a lovely family friendly area.
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Jacqui is a busy mum to 4 school age children who is currently a Swimming Teacher with Jump! Swim School Bibra Lake and studying part time towards a Commerce degree in Human Resources & Marketing.
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