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Our poppy themed playground, free splashpad and paddling pool make Memorial Park the go-to spot for your whānau on a hot summer day.

The playgrounds suit all ages and feature climbing tubes, slides, ramps, swings, balancing balls and ropes, climbing walls and fall nets.

The toddler playground has a slide, bridge and tunnel. Both playgrounds feature large poppies coming out of the structures to draw on the park's history and provide shade.

Large ramps around the fort mean everyone can play together.

The splashpad has separate areas for babies, toddlers and older children.

Under-fives are physically separated from the older kids' area by the main footpath, and they also have a fenced barrier to keep them safe. Within this area there is a smaller section for babies.

Our all-ages area includes the southern hemisphere's only free supersoaker - a giant bucket that tips water.

The fenced-in paddling pool sits next to the splashpad for easy access.

The pool and splashpad are open in summer between 10am and 9pm.

What does the venue say?

The playgrounds suit all ages and feature climbing tubes, slides, ramps, swings, balancing balls and ropes, climbing walls and fall nets. 

Categories

  • Free attraction
  • Recreation and leisure

Accessible features

  • Ramps
  • Accessible walkways
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible eating areas
  • Mobility parking
  • Grab rails

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