Boundless—The Centenary of Canberra National Playground is Canberra’s first all abilities playground, locate
Street style skate park that transitions between a top and bottom level, offering varied skate experiences for the novice and more experienced skaters and riders. The skate park is located next to Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail.
Two levels, transfer with stairs from the top level to the bottom level
Top level includes an entry path with small quarter pipe, rail and fun box
Bottom level includes large quarter pipes, roll overs, flat banks, ledges and rails.
The large playground offers a large variety of play options, a picnic shelter, drink fountain and a large netball court on the lower level.
Public toilets are available over Birmingham Road along the ‘Warby Trail’.
Parking is a vailable along Gardner Parade.d on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin at Kings Park.
The Boundless Playground caters to different levels of ability. It is a place where children, young people and their families can play, socialise, explore, challenge physical limits and make new friends. Boundless is a free, state-of-the-art play space that is fun and inclusive of all children of all ages and abilities.
The park has limited on-site parking, but additional parking spaces are available at Russell — a short and safe five minute walk away.
The Boundless Playground was initiated as a project to celebrate Canberra’s centenary.