Keith Park All Abilities Playground – Weymouth


The first Auckland public park specially designed for children of all abilities. The playground has a wheelchair trampoline, inclusive net see-saw, accessible basket swing, wheelchair accessible carousel, talking tubes, musical sensory play, a wooden play tower with an accessible ramp and tube slide. The playground is fully fenced with soft safe fall surfacing on the ground to optimise mobility access and guide sight impaired children to the play equipment.  Around the playground is a wide accessible footpath, and there are two accessible toilets and an accessible drinking fountain.



For more info visit:

Keith Park


18 Roys Road
Auckland 2103



The playground has two accessible toilets, one has a baby change table and the other has an adult/child change table. The Exeloo designed toilets have an easy push button with Braille to automatically open the door. Note that there is no hoist or safety rail in the adult/change table one.


Five free mobility parks. The carpark terrain is flat and tar-sealed.

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