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Yamala Park Playground, Frankston South


Its game, set, match at Yamala Park Playground, inspired by the nearby Yamala Park Tennis Club Courts, the playground is literally set on its very own soft fall tennis court.

Kids can bounce from one end of the court to the other, just make sure you stay in the boundary lines, the playground is unfenced. Play equipment features a rope climbing frame, spiral tunnel slide and smaller toddler mound slide, multiple swings including a hammock swing, two in-ground trampolines, rock climbing wall and  a spinning cup.


  • "Great park but needs some changes "
    Attended park where there were a few young children playing on the rock climbing wall and rope wall fantastic for climbing but once children get to the top it's very unsafe to climb across to the slide. The rope is painful to climb across and the squares are quiet large and kids can fall through. I had to climb up and help a little girl across to the slide. May need reviewing. Other then that the trampolines, soft surfaces and swings etc were fantastic.
  • "Not well thought out"
    Ash Edwards
    The slide was a big hit for our 2 and 3 year olds but once at the bottom there is no direct route to the back of slide again, nor is there access for parents to help toddlers down the slide. The park is near a main rd and no fencing, leading to us panicking few times when the little one headed off! A picnic table and chairs would have been a great addition when planning. We observed a mum who had a little one in pram, holding a sleeping baby whose older kid was screaming because he felt stuck half way along the rope net up high, the only access to the big slide. Overall aesthetically pleasing and okay for a once off but won't be a regular park for us until fenced in.


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Yamala Park Playground, Frankston South

Bowes St, Frankston South VIC 3199, Australia

Price: Free to do.
Discount Price: Free to do.
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