Perth Playgrounds

Reporter: Casse Silver

It's the place kids go to climb, crawl, swing and spin. Tonight, Perth's smallest critics take us on a play date.

First stop is Kadidjiny Park in Melville, where a childhood classic comes to life.

Mayor for the City of Melville, Russell Aubrey says it takes kids and their parents to a fantasy land.

We've all read the favourites-green eggs and ham and cat in a hat, at this park children get to create their own Dr Seuss stories.

Imaginations run wild in this 9.5million dollar reserve where climbing and crawling are the best ways to get from A- B.

Next stop is the Pit stop.

Here at Banskia Grove, kids have the need for speed.

Griffin Longely from Nature Play WA says our children are learning life skills on the track.

Fitted with stop signs and lap time chalk boards, the Formula One course let's our mini motorists be free.

Griffin says it's time to take the bubble wrap off our kids but have the band aids handy.

All you need is a set of wheels and the finish line awaits.

Here at Woodbridge Riverside Play Space, kids are getting hands on and stimulating their senses.

City of Swan CEO Michael Foley, says the playground caters for everyone.

The 10 thousand square metre site includes a swinging snake, a ship, and the favourite flying fox.

Whether they're spinning, swinging or sliding, one things for sure they'll always be smiling.


Perth Playgrounds

Kadidjiny Park, Melville

Banksia Grove Pit Stop

Woodbridge Play Space

Volcano Park in, Belmont

Heathcote Park, Melville

Opportunity Playspace, Wanneroo

Naturescape, Kings Park

Apple Fun Park, Donnybrook