Have you got a child who loves to climb? Then these ninja parks are just for you! Whether it’s monkey bars, upside down ropes or swinging ladders, there are some great challenges on offer across the Gold Coast. I’ve rounded up the best Gold Coast parks for ninja climbers to take on – which one will you conquer first?
The Heights, Pimpama
Little Ninja Warriors will love this playground at The Heights Pimpama! Living up to it’s name, this playground is all about climbing high. From the centre tower with birds nest and slide, to the amazing climbing dome and monkey bars – kids can scale the heights to their hearts desire. The climbing dome really is a highlight of this park, I haven’t seen one this good before! There are so many ways for the kids to climb up and over, with a few platforms for resting upon too. If that’s not enough, there is also a set of monkey bars here.
Galleon Park, Currumbin Waters
This has to be one of the best parks on the southern end of the Gold Coast – a learn to ride track, a playground for toddlers and older kids, basket ball court, grassy field, picnic shelter and toilets!! The climbing elements on offer here include a number of monkey bars, spider web walls, rope tunnels and swinging steps.
Corymbia Park, Coomera
The climbing dome here is not for the faint of heart! Junior ninja warriors will love the large climbing dome and monkey bars, designed to test even the best of climbers. Here you can go up and over, tackle the sideways rope webs or climb a rock climbing wall. There is also a mini version perfect for the little ones.
Lions Park, Helensvale
This parkour inspired equipment will keep even the most skilled climber occupied for hours! The main feature of this playground is the giant pirate ship inspired fort, with look-outs, a net bridge and a mega slide. Little ones will not be able to tackle this equipment, as the only way up is to climb the nets! To the side of this you’ll find the parkour cube, with rope monkey bars, rock climbing wall and swinging obstacles to tackle ninja warrior style.
Buckler Park, Helensvale
Rock climbing cubes and a spinning orb with climbing ropes await park goers at Buckler Park. Slides can only be accessed from various climbing points, with the challenge being that the slides have no platforms or stairs attached to them and must be accessed by the rope nets. This one incorporates a lot of fun challenges with its ninja elements!
With lots of swinging, climbing and ninja-type challenges, this park is great for those who like to climb. There are also two spinners for varying degrees of difficulty, a rockwall, two slides and a shop front. Fully shade covered, this neighbourhood playground will delight all the kids!