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Visit Paine Reserve Newport for a play space next to Newport Library!

Paine Reserve, located within the heart of Newport and alongside the Newport Community Hub and Library, has a new and improved playground.

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The playspace is designed for creative play, with wooden climbing equipment giving little ones a feel of the natural world. 

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While traditional favourites include monkey bars, swings and a slide, there’s ample space and equipment to explore and activate that sensory play, including a bamboo garden.

Paine Reserve Newport Swings

Parents will also appreciate the rotunda for shade. 

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An outdoor xylophone brings music to the centre of the playspace with soft, soothing notes both the young and old can enjoy.

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Within Paine Reserve, there is also a large open lawn area, lots of bench seats for reading in the sun, and lots of comfortable shady spots under large trees.

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The playground is a great addition bringing together various amenities for all ages to enjoy. Try your hand at ping pong with a public table tennis table or check out the activities happening at the Newport Library and Community Hub.

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While you’re at Paine Reserve grab a coffee or bite to eat nearby at The Backyard or Leroy’s Cafe

Visit the best playgrounds in Melbourne’s west

Check out the best libraries in Melbourne

Take a stroll at nearby Newport Lakes

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Amy Gardner is a tourism PR and communications consultant who especially loves Melbourne’s west. She is a new Mum passionate about local adventures, making new friends and uncovering unique experiences of food, art, music and travel.

Amy enjoys a juggling act spreading her work time across projects with Western Melbourne Tourism Inc. and consulting with CK PR, as well as volunteering with West Welcome Wagon and the Young Tourism Network.

In her spare time, she loves uncovering new gems across Melbourne’s

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