Major Projects

Fairfield Adventure Park

Fairfield Adventure Park
Fairfield Adventure Park

The Fairfield Adventure Park was officially opened by the Mayor and Councillors on Friday 10 April 2015, with more than 300 residents in attendance. 

The $1.4 million state-of-the-art Fairfield Adventure Park is unique as it is designed for early teens, providing for the recreational needs of older children. Traditional play equipment in parks is traditionally associated with younger children. 

It features an 11 metre high giant climbing net, sky bridge and three-slide combination, one of the tallest of its kind in Australia, and a 33 metre long double flying fox. This is all in a setting of soft-fall, surrounded by the natural shade of new and existing trees.

Situated in Fairfield Park, the Fairfield Adventure Park is next to the new Fairfield Youth and Community Centre  and the Fairfield Leisure Centre.

The area is also surrounded by plenty of sporting fields and natural parklands and is the perfect place to take the family, just a 10-minute walk from Fairfield Station and CBD.

Project Location
Vine Street, Fairfield

Project timeframes 
11 August 2014 - 10 April 2015 

Fairfield Adventure Park alternate view

Fairfield Adventure Park from existing playground