There are over 200 playgrounds across parks and reserves in Cockburn. These include a number of accessible playgrounds.

The Bibra Lake Regional Playground offers a unique nature play experience for children of all ages and abilities.

Find a playground

View the map below for information on playgrounds and their locations in Cockburn. Zoom in for details. The map is equipped with additional accessibility features including in-map voice and accessible colour choice. If you would like to access these features, please make sure they are switched on before conducting your search.

Fenced playgrounds

Bibra Lake 

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. 

Botany Park 

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

Davilak Reserve

Rockingham Road, Hamilton Hill

Dixon Reserve

Starling Street, Hamilton Hill

Lucretia Park

Lucretia Circle, North Coogee

MacFaull Park

Falstaff Crescent, Spearwood 

Manning Park 

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. 

Nicholson Reserve

Osprey Drive, Yangebup. Semi enclosed - three sides)

Powell Reserve

Parakeet Way, Coogee

Tapper Reserve

Tapper Road, Atwell

Wentworth Park 

332 Wentworth Parade, Success. Only three sides are fenced.

Zodiac Park 

Zodiac Loop, Atwell

Revitalising our playgrounds

The City of Cockburn has over 200 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.

More information and contact

For more information on playgrounds please call Park Services on 08 9411 3444 or email [email protected].

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

Office opening hours:
8.30am to 4.30pm
Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)

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