Bray Farm Park
The imaginations of young wizards and witches will be sparked at Bray Farm Park in Griffin, nicknamed, 'Harry Potter Park' by locals.
The highlight of this magical-themed playground are the fantasy wooden cubby houses which are connected by a swinging bridge, ramp and slide.
Possums, koalas and numerous bird sculptures adorn the hand built equipment, owing to the fact that Osprey House Environmental Centre is located very close by.
Huge pumpkins and tomatoes can be found throughout the playground in recognition of the Bray Family who grew award-winning tomatoes in this area for many years.
This popular park has several undercover picnic tables and child-friendly swings, as well as plenty of trees and grassy areas for stretching little legs. Nearby, there is also a giant dome-shaped climbing frame to keep older children engaged.
In a nutshell - Enchanted Halloween/Harry Potter-themed playground, featuring fun wooden cubby houses, bridges and a giant dome-shaped climbing frame. Why not combine a visit to the park with a trip to nearby Osprey House Environmental Centre and Dohles Rock Reserve which has great waterside scooter/bike paths and a sand-based playground.
Need to know - There are no toilets at Bray Park, however families are welcome to use the toilets at the Sales and Information Centre on the corner of Brays Road and Coriander Street.
By Lucy Hordern
Bray Farm Park