A Bright New Adventure Playground Has Opened In Western Sydney

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A new housing development in Sydney’s greater west is now home to one of the most colourful and creative playgrounds we have ever seen! 

mulgoa sanctuary glenmore park

Feast your eyes on the epic, interactive play space at Mulgoa Sanctuary Glenmore Park, a vibrant wonderland that will delight children of all ages. 

mulgoa sanctuary glenmore park

Set in the idyllic family-friendly community enclave surrounded by bushland, the central corridor park offers a multicoloured, multi-activity playground and the ultimate adventure landscape for little ones to explore.

Mulgoa Sanctuary

Kids can run through the rainbow obstacles, tackle the climbing rope, speed down the slides and fly high on the swings. There are plenty of natural elements woven into the innovative design, plus water play features, timber decking, shade sails, sheltered seating and BBQs - everything you need for a fun, family day out! 

mulgoa sanctuary glenmore park

Now that the fences have finally come down on this long-awaited recreational park, it’s the perfect place to connect with nature in a whole new way and burn some energy this winter!

Mulgoa Sanctuary is at Forestwood Dr, Glenmore Park.

Find out more about Mulgoa Sanctuary.

More New Sydney Play Spaces

Green Spaces, Playgrounds and Cycle Paths: Haberfield Gardens Is Now Open
Playgrounds, Parklands and Ping-Pong At The New Ismay Reserve
Interactive Playground, Community Hub and Dining Precinct At Newmarket Randwick

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