Pallara Park

Pallara Central

Pallara Park is Australia's first feng shui playground, with an open air ping pong table, a sensory-based reflexology walk, hand ball court and musical teletubes.

This interactive park in Pallara Central features a creative playspace which has been designed according to feng shui principles.

Pallara Park

BYO ping pong bats and balls to make the most of the POPP (public outdoor ping pong) table available for general use. Green teletubes have also been installed to encourage music-based play.

Pallara Park

At Pallara Park it is also possible for kids of all ages to swirl and spin on the birdnest swing or make the most of the onsite cricket nets.

Pallara Park

An innovative reflexology walking path provides a serene spot to take off shoes and allow the round pebbles to massage any tender spots on tired feet. There are also barbecues and undercover picnic tables at Pallara Park and it is possible to take along bikes and scooters in order to make the most of the network of bike tracks and peaceful natural setting.

Pallara Park

In A Nutshell - Australia's first feng shui playground featuring POPP table, hand ball courts and musical teletubes - BYO ping ping bats and balls.

By Lucy Hordern

Pallara Park

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