Council is taking measured precautions to keep our staff and community safe. Playgrounds are open. Please exercise 1.5m social distancing, and wash hands regularly. Gatherings of more than 10 people are not permitted.
View the latest updates on what is permitted from the NSW Government.
Our playgrounds range from small neighbourhood setups often in grassy reserves, to larger district and regional playgrounds. There’s engaging equipment for a range of ages and sometimes other facilities such as barbecues, tables and toilets.
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Next to Manly lagoon
Located in Salt Pan Cove, Algona Reserve is a small example of bushland containing regionally significant plant species and acts as a local refuge for fauna and a stepping stone between larger areas of habitat.
The playground, which sits nestled amongst a natural bush setting, boasts multiple features including a hill slide, three swings, a see-saw and a climbing frame.
Wheelchair-accessible, with bike parks and pathways and next door to a community garden this park is suitable for all ages.
Northern Beaches Council and Play for All Australia have teamed up with the local creative community in an exciting new approach to making children’s playgrounds more inclusive.
A fully-fenced accessible playground next to the beach and surf club.