Playground:Duke Street Park

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Address: 16 Balfour Road
Kensington NSW 2033
Australia



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This playground is located on Balfour Road. It is unfenced and unshaded. As toy equipment you can find a fort with a slide and a monkey bar. At antoher area you can find six sliding poles. All equipment is set on a softfall area.

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