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Casey Fields, Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East




Excellent playground with All Abilities access to all the play structures. The main area of the playground has a large sandpit with two structures. One structure has a chain ladder, multiple levels and two buckets with pulleys for hauling up sand. The other structure has a metal slide, sand-scoops, chain ladder, cubby with cooking area, cargo net bridge, chain climbing net, climbing walls, tunnels and a plaything with lots of coloured cylinders. This area has a four wheel bike springer.

Further across is a large boat in a sandpit with steps, straight slide, deck with steering wheel and binoculars, rope ladder, seats underneath and a little swing. There is a see-saw in the sandpit. Across from this is a twisted pipe climbing frame. There are four swings and a Liberty swing.

All the structures in this part of the playground are now covered by shade sails.

At the top of the hill is a birds nest swing, a steep curving slide (a bit too slow to generate real excitement according to the kids - and Dad) and big soft mounds with ledges to assist climbing which are connected together with rope bridges. There is a separate long rope bridge which leads to a large pyramid rope climbing frame.

Shelters with table and BBQs, unshaded seats and tables, limited shaded seats, water tap and toilets. A path leads to a lake and there is plenty of grassy areas and ovals nearby.

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160 Berwick-Cranbourne Rd,  Cranbourne East 3977, Victoria, Australia. View Map Map opens in new browser window
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Veronica      Posted:    10:22 AM November 30, 2014

I really want to go!
mel      Posted:    8:09 PM August 16, 2014

So we went today and my 23 month old loved it. What let our play ground experience down was the parking , as the football was on. The area close to the play ground was full. The second closest was between the park and the oval, the football club wanted to change $8 to park in a public car park use a public park. The city of casey will be receiving with a please explain
Jake      Posted:    8:14 PM December 28, 2012

Are there any fish in the lake? Admin -Casey Fields lake is regularly stocked with Rainbow Trout by the Victorian Department of Primary Industries. The lake is stocked between the months of April to November generally occurring the week before the Term 1, 2 & 3 School Holidays. Rainbow Trout are a salmonoid fish that enjoy the cooler weather. Anglers have reported best results using powerbait which is available at all angling shops. The fish aestivate during the warm summer months and are subsequently difficult to catch.
Reece Kennedy      Posted:    4:57 PM January 24, 2012

I went there to with my cousins to have a BBQ and we also went for a fish but the fish weren't biting as all we caught were tadpoles, mud, and reeds. It's very snaggy there cos i got snagged about 7 times lost 3 lures and 2 spinners. I don't reccommend it. The playground I definitely reccommend but the lake not really. Some people might agree but some might not but you can dissagree if you like but I won't go there again.
Reece Kennedy      Posted:    8:24 PM December 2, 2011

Might be going there tomorroww to check it out if it's good might go fishin in the lake to catch some fish.
Rosie      Posted:    7:04 PM September 23, 2011

If your child prefers climbing in lakes to playgrounds, this is not a good choice. If you can trust your kids to stay out of the lake, it's fabulous!
Renee      Posted:    2:56 PM February 10, 2011

I think the first comment is very misleading and totally out of date! The playground is fabulous, always busy and a great family place to go. As for the sand! Kids love it and its far better than the old fashioned tan bark. I am having a family bbq there this weekend to celebrate my sons 3rd birthday,
Al      Posted:    10:54 AM January 29, 2011

I visited this playground yesterday and could not have been more impressed. There were heaps of people enjoying the parklands, fishing and having a great time. Will definitely be back again.
Richard Amon      Posted:    11:18 AM January 10, 2011

Stage 2 of the regional playground at Casey Fields has now been completed and was opened on 12 December 2010 at an additional cost of $1.5 million. The Playspace has lots of interesting play equipment including slides, swings and climbing nets. The big hill features a huge slide and a swing with fantastic views over Casey Fields. There's a liberty swing for people using wheelchairs as well as various zones, landforms and distinct plant varieties, which work together to make an interesting mix of play opportunities for active young minds and bodies. The site also includes a Village Green with many different possibilities for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors, with fishing in the lake, BBQ's, shelters, a pier and viewing platforms at the lake's edge linking to walking tracks. In total, the parkland and playspace occupies more than 3 hectares, not including the lake and wetlands. In years to come the Casey Fields site will be surrounded by housing making the site a popular destination.

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