The Sensory Park at Narara is the perfect, safe place for children to ride bikes or scooters, with a winding concrete path and a long wooden bridge to ride over, the pathway can keep kids busy for hours.
It is suitable for the youngest of toddlers, just learning to ride their trikes to older children who have already mastered the art of bike riding.
Sensory Park is a fantastic meeting place for groups as there is space to spread out under the many trees and enjoy being outside together.
Central Coast Weekender’s kids have enjoyed many hours here, playing in nature, using their imagination and have even discovered a mulberry tree hidden down the back of the park.
Unfortunately there are no toilet facilities at this park. There are a few wooden seats at one end of the park, so we recommend bringing along your picnic blanket or fold up chair.
If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy a coffee and milkshake after your visit to the park, why not visit the Three Trees Café. You can read our review of this new cafe here.
Also, Central Coast Weekender also recommends stopping in at the Fur and Feathers Fun Park. It is located a short drive up the road from the park.
Location and parking
You will find the Sensory Park located on Showground Rd, Narara. There is ample space to park your car beside the park.
Have you visited Sensory Park?
Know any other great places on the Central Coast for kids to ride their bikes?
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