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HOT: Leap Frog Park, Point Cook

frog park point cook

Leap Frog Park is a community playground within the housing development of Life, Point Cook. It celebrates the surrounding aquatic environment with a giant frog as its centrepiece.

frog park point cook

The fibreglass frog is by BigFish workshop in Footscray (who also built Mimi the Muttaburrasaurus at McNish Reserve) and it forms shaded bench seating.

frog park point cook

Leap Frog Park is more suitable for little kids as the equipment is not challenging. The slides are short, the mounds are low, the trampolines are little and the ground is soft fall.

frog park point cook

frog park point cook

You can learn all about frogs on panels located throughout the park.

frog park point cook

It’s not a large park and there’s no shade cover other than at the barbecue shelter and inside the logs.

frog park point cook

You may want to cool off at the nearby Crocodile Park which has extensive water play. Crocodile Park also has toilets and a cafe if you need the break!


HOT Tips:

  • Suitable for toddlers;
  • covered bbq shelter, some seating
  • No fencing;
  • no toilets;
  • no water fountains; and
  • no shade other than within frog sculpture;
  • Close to Crocodile Park which has water play, toilets, cafe.

Leap Frog Park Cnr of Saltwater Promenade and Point Cook Road

Point Cook (Atlantis Drive)

Joyce Watts

Joyce Watts loves to blog about ways in which families can have more fun together!

She's a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned entrepreneur who combines her love for kids, food, travel and bikes into several passion projects.

She owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au; develops and produces bike-related creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com; and writes another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne with (non-kid related) reviews about things to do and places to go in Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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