Hughs Way Playground in Riviera Drive Park, Flat Bush
We enjoyed playing at Hughs Way Playground when we visited one evening and had the park all to ourselves. Although it’s a small park it is still a fun neighbourhood park for the kids. The road signs mapped onto the bike path would be fun for little kids to learn how to ride before venturing out on the real road. The basket swings, regular swings, climbing frame and spinning pole and small slides kept the kids entertained. Whilst this is not a destination park, it’s still a fun place to visit with your family if you are in the Flat Bush neighbourhood and surrounding area.
Auckland for Kids tips about Hughs Way Playground in Riviera Drive Park
Suitable for primary school aged children, tweens and teens;
Small little bike track marked up with road signs for the little kids;
The playground is not fenced
Murphy’s Bush Reserve is only a few streets away if you want to go for a bush walk.
Where is Hughs Way Playground and Riviera Drive Park?
You can find the Hughs Way Playground within Riviera Drive Park on the corners of Hughs Way, Dunkineely Road, and Castlederg Drive in the suburb of Flat Bush in South Auckland, New Zealand.
What other fun places are there to go with kids near Riviera Drive Park
If you are visiting Riviera Drive Park and Hughs Way Playground and want to explore other fun places for kids nearby we recommend:
Going for a bush walk in Murphy’s Bush Reserve in Flat Bush;
Visiting the Go Guang Shan Buddhist Temple in Flat Bush;
Playing on Barry Curtis Park playground and Raphoe Park playground in Flat Bash;
Visit the Orminston Town Centre for some shopping, the movies or a bite to eat.
Enjoying Eugenia Rise Reserve playground in Totara Heights;
Discover the gardens and nature at Auckland Botanic Gardens;
Exploring Totara Park and watch the kids have fun on the playground;
Going for a mountain bike ride at the Totara Park Mountain Bike Track;
Swimming at Totara Park outdoor swimming pools in the summer;
And if you are going for a full day out then we also suggest going to some of these places too:
Rainbow’s End theme park in Manukau;
Krispy Kreme in Manukau where you can watch the doughnuts getting made; and
Vector Wero Whitewater Park for a family rafting adventure in Manukau.