Playground:Smalls Creek Way
Address: 18 Smalls Creek Way
Beaumont Hills NSW 2155
This playground is located on Smalls Creek Way. It is unfenced and unshaded. Toy equipment looks like a castle which is pretty cool. Among toy equipment you can find: one fort with slide at one area. At another area you can find some seating area. Park also includes a bike track. Additionally to the park there is some bushland backdrop.
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