There are over 220 playgrounds across parks and reserves in Cockburn, with 147 containing accessible and inclusive play equipment for children and families with disability or learning difficulties.
The Bibra Lake Regional Playground
, Cockburn's largest playground offers a unique nature play experience for children of all ages and abilities.
Find a playground
View the map below which shows you where the playgrounds are and what play equipment they contain. The playgrounds in orange on the map represent those with accessible or inclusive play equipment for children and families with disability or learning difficulties.
Playgrounds with accessible and inclusive play equipment
The City of Cockburn is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive community for everyone in which information, services, facilities, decision-making processes, and other activities are open and available to all residents.
Some of the accessible and inclusive playgrounds shown in orange on the map make it easy for children in wheelchairs or on crutches to access the play equipment. Some playgrounds also cater for children with learning difficulties and have equipment which allows them to experiment with sound, texture, or movement.
As outlined in the City's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, we aim to develop more accessible and inclusive playgrounds throughout Cockburn.
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Progress Drive, Bibra Lake. Two parks on the Progress Drive side including the adventure playground are fenced. The adventure playground is accessible with a changing places facility. See the Bibra Lake Regional Playground
page for details.
71 MacQuarie Boulevard, Hammond Park. The Botany Park playground has a range of inclusive and accessible play equipment and play components. See Botany Park page for details.
Coogee Beach Reserve
Cockburn Road, Coogee
Rockingham Road, Hamilton Hill
Starling Street, Hamilton Hill
Lucretia Circle, North Coogee
Falstaff Crescent, Spearwood
Azelia Road, Hamilton Hill. Wheelchair accessible swing only is fenced. For information on how to access the swing visit the Disability Access page under Manning Park Universal Playground.
Osprey Drive, Yangebup. Semi enclosed - three sides)
Parakeet Way, Coogee
Tapper Road, Atwell
332 Wentworth Parade, Success. Only three sides are fenced.
Zodiac Loop, Atwell
Revitalising our playgrounds
The City of Cockburn has over 220 playgrounds. Every year some of these reach the end of their useful lives, so we replace them with new, similar type equipment. To better meet the local community's needs, we produce three designs for each playground and ask residents mid year which one they prefer. The design with the most votes is installed. Installation of the playgrounds usually takes place from October to February.
To find out if any of the playgrounds being renewed in the current financial year are in your suburb and what design was chosen, visit our community consultation website. You can also sign up to the community consultation website to receive an alert for when the next round of playground designs are released for community feedback, as well as other projects taking place in Cockburn.
Details of playground projects that have commenced or will be starting this financial year can be found on My Suburb page.
For more information on playgrounds please call Park Services on 08 9411 3444 or email [email protected].