Bibra Lake Regional Playground – Playground Review

This massive fenced park has heaps of impressive equipment for all ages with climbing, water play, tree top walks and loads more.

Situated next to the picturesque Bibra Lake is the incredible Bibra Lake Regional Playground, with something for absolutely everyone. The playground is fully fenced and incorporates loads of nature play amongst heaps of equipment to suit all ages and abilities so children can explore, learn and play all day.

Playground map

There’s equipment for all ages and abilities, with a flying fox, water play, in-ground trampolines, a giant tree-top walk, several climbing obstacle courses, balance beams, see-saws and swings, tunnels, a Diprotodon “fossil” sand pit dig and so much more.

The playground is also designed to be fully accessible to families with a disability and includes supportive seating on swings and the flying fox, lie-on swings, sound and water play, and heaps more.

Flying fox

The playground is both naturally shaded and has shade sails, however there are still a lot of spots in the sun so you’ll need a hat and sunscreen. We also recommend some bug spray or patches for the mozzies and a change of clothes for the water play areas.

Water spurting bullrushes
Water play area with sandpit

Located along Progress Drive with beautiful views of Bibra Lake, there’s plenty of dedicated and on-street parking. It’s also a short drive to the Bibra Lake Skate Park on the opposite side of the river.

Tree top aerial rope walk

Within the fenced areas you’ll find all the important facilities including tables and chairs, toilets and barbecues, making it a great place for parties and catch-ups. It does get busy and no areas can be reserved, so be sure to plan ahead.

Grassy play hill and tunnels inspired by Aboriginal stories

If you get hungry there’s a food van with coffee, drinks, hot meals and more located at one entry to the park, otherwise pack a picnic or BBQ and make a day of it. There are a few shaded BBQ areas as well as picnic tables with riverfront views.

No more white lies; this park actually does close! The massive outside gates on either end of the park are open from 8:30am – 9pm, every day of the year.


Essential Info

Fenced? Yes
Toilets? Yes
Picnic tables? Yes
BBQs? Yes
Nearest coffee Food van at the gates
Free parking Yes
Opening hours 8.30am – 9pm daily

Location: Progress Drive, just south of Hope Road, Bibra Lake.

Melville Mums
Author: Melville Mums

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