Cloverton playground is located in the new Stockland Cloverton estate, in Melbourne’s North.
The fantastic fenced playground is inspired by nature, built around three large iconic structures designed to represent baskets woven by the Wurundjeri people who lived in the area thousands of years ago. The park also includes play elements that tell the story of this tribe.
Other playground features include the yam daisy water fountain display, a double flying fox, hiding tunnels, spring rocker, multiple swings and slides. And don’t forget to take a look at the kangaroo grass shadow sculpture.
The Dwyer Street Café in to the Cloverton Sales and Information Centre overlooks this park, making it perfect place to have a cuppa while keeping an eye on the kids.
The playground is also inclusive for all abilities with both wheelchair access and passive play zones.