Noah’s Playground opened in October 2018 in the beautiful Rosehill Waters Estate, South Guildford, the playground is inspired by the story of Noah’s Arc and is perfect for adventurous kids!
The main feature is a huge wooden structure with three towers joined by suspension bridges and a tunnel slide in the middle. Despite his persistence, my son who is almost 3 couldn’t climb the towers without assistance, so I was up and down with him loads of times – once at the top there is very little risk of falling and it is spacious enough for adults.
The second climbing structure is smaller and in the shape of an ark. My toddlers were able to easily climb the tilted wooden ladder and rope ladder but they weren’t game enough to give the rope bridge a go. On the higher level of the ark is a speaking tube and fireman pole.
There is a smaller wooden fort with a concrete slide, the other end of the speaking tube and concrete tunnels.
There are three swings, a birds nest swing and two regular swings.
Dotted around the play areas are wooden balancing beams and stepping logs.
Water play is always a highlight! The creek type water feature was a big hit with the kids (what kid doesn’t like jumping in muddy puddles like Peppa Pig).
Noah’s Playground is non-sand based except for one little section that includes a sand play table with pulley and tube – though it isn’t your typical white beach sand, it is brown textured sand. There are two turtles (this is Noah’s Ark remember) in the sand and a super cute wooden crocodile.
The playground is partially shaded by existing trees, there are undercover BBQs and picnic tables, bench seating throughout, a drinking fountain with drink bottle refill tap and small grass areas. There are no toilets and parking is very limited.
We had an awesome time at Noah’s Playground and would definitely recommend it to other families. The location is great the kids enjoyed watching the planes fly over, it is only 5 minutes from the historic town of Guildford, we teamed our visit to Noah’s Playground with a visit to Belmont. It was also a great opportunity to explain the story of Noah’s Ark to my kids, they loved finding the pairs of animals around the park.
Serpentine Road, South Guildford
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Kellie Elliott is a stay at home mum of 4 she enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram.
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