Shore Road Playground and Reserve in Remuera
Shore Road Reserve and Playground is an excellent local play area in Remuera with playground equipment for young and school aged children with sports fields. Shore Road Reserve is a popular hangout for local families and is connected to Thomas Bloodworth Park by a small bridge.
Kids will enjoy the playground which has a spinner, slides, climbing frames, see-saw and swings to keep them entertained. There is rubber play surface in the playground area to help protect the little kids if they fall.
Next to the playground are two rugby fields, a general sports field, cricket nets and cricket pitches as well as toilets and a changing room.
Auckland for Kids tips about Shore Road Reserve & Playground
Suitable for preschoolers, primary school aged children and tweens;
The playground is only partially fenced and the car park when sports games and sports practice sessions are on so keep an eye on your little kids.
The playground is not shaded, so remember to bring sunscreen and a hat in summer.
Shore Road Reserve is adjacent to Hobson Bay and has a stunning view out to Rangitoto. The Reserve has a gravel path that goes along the edge of the Reserve and overlooks Hobson Bay.
Dogs are not permitted in the playground or on the sports field, but they can be near the playground and sports fields when they are on-leash. They are allowed off-lease in other areas of the reserve including the areas of the Hobson Bay Walkway that is adjacent to the park.
Where is Shore Road Reserve?
You can find Shore Road Playground within Shore Road Reserve, which is located on Shore Road in Remuera which is in Central Auckland, New Zealand. Shore Road Reserve is also home to the Parnell Cricket Club and The Terry Jarvis Centre indoor cricket facility.
What other fun places are there to go with kids near Shore Road Reserve
If you are visiting Shore Road Playground and Reserve and you want to explore other fun places for kids nearby we recommend:
Playing at the nearby Whanau Reserve which also has a children’s playground on Wharua Road in Remuera;
Getting a hot chocolate and coffee from Shore Road Cafe;
Going for a walk on the Hobson Bay Walkway which goes around Hobson Bay connecting Remuera with Orakei Bay Village. Note: part of the walk will go around neighbouring streets before it can follow Hobson Bay to Orakei Basin.
Playing some ball games with the kids on nearby Martyn Wilson Sports Fields in Remuera (which are opposite Palmers);
Playing on Newmarket Park Playground which is accessed from Ayr Street in nearby Parnell.