Find an imaginative playground located near a beach, an interesting pier and cafes is a recipe in family heaven for Christchurch visitors. New Brighton beachside playground is family fun with plenty of opportunities to explore outdoors wetlands and walks or simply check out the New Brighton seaside Saturday market.
New Brighton Beachside Playground Christchurch top attractions
- Wooden pirate ship to clamber over and in with plenty of kids safe nooks and corners to explore
- Water themed spouting fountains to dart in and out of
- Jump aboard the large waka (canoe) and imagine yourself navigating the Pacific Ocean
- Join generations of kids and take a selfie of the iconic New Brighton brightly coloured whale
The New Brighton Beachside Playground has a mixture of wet and dry play areas and novel play equipment including a large rope climbing frame,water cannons and musical toys. The splash pad play is wheelchair accessible. Located in a prime beach location near the New Brighton Public Library and New Brighton salt-water hot pools the suburb offers plenty of family fun. Staying awhile in Christchurch then one of New Zealand’s premier playgrounds Margaret Mahy is popped onto the kids bucket list.
The 600 kilogram whale in the new splash pad play area is a clone of the original, which was too considered too fragile to move to its new location.
What to do nearby New Brighton Beachside Playground, Christchurch?
- Best short walks in Christchurch is a good addition to the day exploring outdoors with the nearby Travis Wetlands at the top of the list.
- Check out Christchurch top picnic spots – Best Bits and enjoy what Christchurch has to offer families
- New Brighton pier is a favourite for casting a fishing line and a great place for a selfie
- New Brighton Saturday Seaside market for an ice cream, snacks for a picnic or special gift.
For more holiday inspiration about things to do in Christchurch scroll through Things to do in Christchurch places to visit, attractions, activities & heritage.
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