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Carrawatha Park has options for all and is indeed a one-of-a-kind accessible park catering to all age groups, older children, teens and young adults who are often left out of park designs.

Carawatha Park is located in Willagee and is a nature play non traditional playground. If you want a different play area for the all children come down and bring along your scooters, skateboards, picnic rug and picnic items for the BBQ. With blocks to climb over, a sand pulley system, poles to slide down, paths to scoot around, big shady trees and an open grassed area the options are endless.

  • BBQs
  • Dogs More info
  • Wedding
  • Playground More info
  • Toilets More info
  • Sport More info
  • Seating
  • Cafe More info
  • For Hire

Location

Carawatha Park
10 Archibald Street, Willagee 6156 Get Directions

Park Facilities

  • BBQ
  • Children’s nature play area including; water play, swings, large slide mound with wide polished concrete custom slide, accessible sand play, tree deck, balancing beams, stepping stones, an arched climber over a stepped feature log
  • A small car park with one accessible bay (there are plans in motion for more, but you may have to park in the surrounding streets if the current car park is full)
  • Wood carvings are scattered throughout the park and bushland for park visitors to discover
  • Teen space including skate path, outdoor ping pong table, custom basketball hoop, pivot basket swing and a sheltered ‘lounge’ area
  • Plenty of paths perfect for wheels of all kinds, from scooters, bikes and skateboards to prams and wheel chair
  • An open grass area for ball play, including a set of AFL practice goals
  • Outdoor exercise equipment shaded by Macadamia trees

Other Park Features

  • Shade shelters and a shaded picnic lawn
  • Plenty of seating
  • Custom concrete furniture including a chess table setting and a ‘bar stool’ next to the barbecue. Big people’s and little people’s picnic table settings
  •  An accessible toilet
  • Drinking fountains including dog bowl, accessible design and a step up for the little ones
  • Opportunities for informal cubby building
  • Adjoining bushland which is being rehabilitated
  • Little Olive Leaf Cafe located just across the road
  • A ‘bush tucker’ theme including fruit trees such as Macadamia and Lily-pily
  • Extra edible plantings including a lemon tree, almonds, mulberries, Irish strawberry tree, strawberry and pineapple guavas

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