Clean public toilets and a large shady picnic area add to this well-designed outdoor playground. Children of all ages are ... More
Clean public toilets and a large shady picnic area add to this well-designed outdoor playground. Children of all ages are able to explore the sandpits, slides, swings and climbing frames. There is also a roundabout sure to make any parent dizzy. With up to 100 people easily accommodated, there is plenty of room for all. The area is well maintained by the Auckland City Council with cushioned groundcoverings under the play equipment, providing a safe, fun and free facility.
this is a garden for children (of course), but it's a bit boring. i think there are better garden's in auckland other than this one. gribblehirst park also has a flying fox - and it's atmosphere is much better.
i would not recommend it.
Adjacent to the University of Auckland, Albert Park is a fine example of a Victorian era municipal park, complete with
formal gardens, band rotunda, fountain, statues, and flowered clock. The Albert Barracks were here hence the military gun installation. ...
This inner city park is handy to Victoria Park Market , a supermarket, and the Victoria Park Bowling Club. A
motorway overbridge goes right through the park, but does not impede play winter rugby and soccer, and summer cricket. ...
Presented to the city by Sir Logan Campbell in 1901 to be maintained as "a place of public resort for
the recreation and enjoyment of the people of New Zealand", Cornwall Park retains the rural character of early Auckland ...