Playground:Locke St

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Address: Locke Street
Wetherill Park NSW


Located on the corner of Locke & Gissing Streets in Wetherill Park, this playground has very little in the way of equipment to offer. However; the playground is situated on a very large open field which is beautifully populated with large trees. There is plenty of space for the larger kids to run around on while the very small kids are entertained in the playground.



Fairfield City Council
ph: (02) 9725 0222

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