If you’re looking for a day out with the tribe, and you’re hoping to find a place where you can take in some of Sydney’s most beautiful views, then a trip to Glebe Foreshore is an absolute must!
This beautiful park is right on the edge of the harbour, with uninterrupted views of the ANZAC Bridge and just beyond that, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We happily sat eating ice-creams from an ice-cream truck in the car park, and watched dogs paddling about in the water.
There were lots of tribes on scooters and bikes enjoying the pathways throughout the park, but we were stoked to find not one, but two brilliant play grounds in the area.
The first park was fully fenced in and had plenty of different equipment for the tribe to explore. One of the highlights was the castle with its own bridge. The tribe loved imaginary playing in the castle.
There was also a really fun slide made from metal rollers which made a lovely loud rattling sound, so it was only for the bravest tribe members. The kids also road tested the see-saw, had a ride in the yellow boat, spent ages on the swings and had a go on the digger in the sandpit.
The play ground also had smaller slides for younger tribe members and the main piece of equipment was shaped like a big boat with multiple ladders as entry points and fireman pole, slide and curly pole to get back down. It was also under a full shade cloth which was a big tick from us, and to add to the fun, this park backs onto the Inner West tram line so we were able to tram spot while we played.
And when we were done, we stumbled across play ground number two … but more on that in the next post!