Grant Reserve Playground(Stan Windon Memorial Playground)

151-191R Beach Street, Coogee NSW 2034

151-191R Beach Street, Coogee NSW 2034
  • Playground
  • Litter bin

  • Playground Fenced
  • Shade structure
  • Park seat
  • Drinking fountain

  • Smoking is prohibited in this area
  • Alcohol prohibited
  • Dogs prohibited
  • Glass prohibited

Grant Reserve Playground is one of the area's largest and best playgrounds in the area. Also known as the Stan Windon Memorial Playground, it is located just a few minutes walk south of Coogee Beach along the Coastal Walkway.

Grant Reserve Playground is one of the area's largest and best playgrounds in the area. Also known as the Stan Windon Memorial Playground, it is located just a few minutes walk south of Coogee Beach along the Coastal Walkway.

The three set circular design has a range of play equipment from a climbing web, a mini sandstone sundial covered with animal images, sloping climbing wall, slippery slides, a raised mini sandpit, swings and a boat shaped structure to wobble in.

The play area features interactive and interpretive features for sound and touch, surrounded by grass, trees and a sea view with a toilet block, picnic tables and barbecue facilities close by.

The playground is designed with safety and comfort in mind with raised, shaded seating surrounding the play area for parents to watch from. The ground is soft with rubber softfall and the slides are built into a slope to maximise safety.

The layout of the play area is designed to resemble an abstract ship moored to a jetty. There are pylons, decks, moorings, climbing ropes and a 7.5 metre high space net representing the ship's mast. The play area is extremely popular with local residents and visitors to the beachside parklands.

Check out the nearby Wylies Baths and McIvers baths (women and children only) right beside the playground.

The Coastal Walkway passes next to the playground offering great views over Coogee Beach. The path heads south onto dog-friendly Trenerry Reserve and onto the clifftops of South Coogee, while heading north will take you to Coogee Beach and its cafes and restaurants.

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