The Eastern suburbs are a buzz of excitement as the ever popular Conservatory Café at Wyreena Community Arts Centre in Croydon officially opens its new look playground.. and boy, is it a beauty!
The new look playground at Conservatory Cafe, Croydon
Not wanting to miss out on the excitement, the G boys and I decided to lap up the autumn sun and went to take a peek.
Plenty of swings
Set in the idyllic grounds of the Arts Centre, the new play space has been totally modernised to give kids even more to keep them amused while you enjoy a coffee.
Lots to keep the kids entertained
Complete with sculptures dotted around the equipment, the thought that has gone into the playground will have kids’ imaginations running wild and entertained for hours.
Some of the sculptures
Park features include:
- Four slides – one small, two large and one tube
- Four swings
- See saw
- Rocking animal
- Monkey bars
- Wooden sculptures of Australian animals
- Picnic benches
- Toilets in the Arts Centre
- Plenty of free parking
The café offers a variety of delicious meals and treats as well as a choice of hot and cold drinks. The café has indoor and outdoor seating, however, it is advisable to book if you want to sit outside. It gets busy, particularly on a sunny day and weekends.
Alternatively, bring a picnic or grab a take away from the café.
Conservatory Café is a great location to meet friends and to spend a morning or an afternoon while the kids let off steam.
Where: Conservatory Café is located at 13-23 Hull Road, Croydon
When: Open Monday-Friday 9am-4pm and Saturday 9am-3pm.