If you’re looking for a quiet park in a shade filled reserve, Wilson Park in Wentworth Falls is very much worth checking out.
What’s at Wilson Park?
There are other more well known playgrounds in the area, but don’t discount Wilson Park if you’re looking for somewhere for the kids to blow off some steam. This quiet little playground is a peaceful stop over for tribes. It has:
- Swings including a toddler swing
- Three slides – a tall curly slide, a medium slide and a small slide
- Monkey bars
- Fireman’s pole
- Climbing ladders
- Rocking horse
- Park benches
- Toilet facilities
What else is there to do at Wilson Park?
If you’re hoping to get a dose of nature in, pack your walking shoes, water bottles and hats because Wilson Park is the entry to Charles Darwin Walk, which is an easy 2km walk in the Blue Mountains National Park.
Stroll to the boardwalk and down the bush track to discover waterfalls and Jamison Creek. It’s a fantastic walk for tribes to take together.
There is also a tennis court at Wilson Park and plenty of space for a picnic lunch.
Is there much to do in Wentworth Falls?
Wentworth Falls is a small village in the mid mountains of the Blue Mountains. It is about half an hour from Glenbrook and only five minutes from Leura. Wentworth Falls has a small village with antique shops, a cute second hand book shop, a couple of quirky cafes and art galleries.
There are plenty of nature trails for hikers and cyclists and families will also love visiting Wentworth Falls lake to feed the ducks and check out the fantastic and famous Pirate Park. It is certainly a great destination for a day trip with the tribe.