Playground:Ollie Webb Reserve

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Address: near 9 Glebe Street
Parramatta NSW 2150


This playground is located on Glebb Street inside Ollie Webb Reserve. As toy equipment you can find a fort with a slide, a rope bridge, a climbing net, a sliding pole and a merry go round. At another side you can find a set of swings another fort with a slide and a spring rider. At the side you can find some parking. At this Reserve you can find sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables for barbecues. There is also a bike track. This is a great place for large families and groups since it has basket and netball courts as well.



Parramatta City Council
30 Darcy Street, Parramatta, NSW, 2150
9806 5524

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