Victoria Park Playground

Herston

Victoria Park Playground is a quirky imaginative play area with a rustic country theme attached to the Victoria Park golfing complex in Herston.

Victoria Park Playground Herston

Featuring a two-storey cubby house filled with vintage child-sized furniture and play equipment, wooden fortress, hay bales, a repurposed farm tractor, old row boat and a sandy floor strewn with Tonka tip trucks, it makes a great place for children to play interactively while supervised from the nearby eatery deck.

Victoria Park Playground Herston

Upstairs in the cubby house are a retro telephone, chairs lined up school-room wise in front of a chalk blackboard, with dolls and toys, while underneath is a shaded sandplay area that makes a perfect undercover zone for playing with the toy trucks and tractors.

Victoria Park Playground Herston

Outside children can clamber on and pretend to drive the tractor, play in the rowboat, explore the fortress, climb the climbing wall and slide down the slippery dips.

Victoria Park Playground

Victoria Park Golf Club

Herston Rd

Herston

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