The all new Beaton Park, Perth is now accessible along the foreshore in Dalkeith, known as the Jo Wheatley All Abilities Play Space. While not officially opened yet, the gates are now open!
Address: Esplanade, Dalkeith. Perth, Western Australia.
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Features include a sensory walkway, flying fox, active climbing, decks and slide, active swinging, accessible picnic areas, a community garden and kitchen, an informal sports and games area, exercise equipment, ramps and relaxation areas, parking (including ACROD bays), accessible toilets and nature, music, sand and water play areas. There is wheelchair access throughout the playground and perimeter fencing was requested by parents of children with disability.
A fabulous playground for children aged 1-12, there is something for everyone.
Parent and child swing. Not being used properly, but you get the idea.
Seniors Park. Ok my kids played here too, but this is for strengthening exercises for senior citizens
Basketball hoops and table tennis tables.
All access spinning wheel
And so much more. Plus it is right on the river, so perfect for a picnic by the water. Pay a visit today to Beaton Park, Perth. You won’t regret it.
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