Discover the new Bibra Lake Playground on Progress Drive, just south of Hope Road in Bibra Lake. The 7,000m2 playground has drawn on local wildlife and fauna as inspiration for many of its features. Listen to the giant talking rocks that tell local stories and provide information about the lake and its importance to Nyungar people. Discover what lies below in the underground tunnels and chambers. Climb through the Aboriginal fish traps which are large basket like climbing frames. Feeling hot? Then cool off by darting through the water spurting bullrushes. Jump on the back of a gigantic tortoise or lie back and relax in its shell. Race your friend on the double flying fox which caters for two people, including those with disability. Head up high on the tree top aerial rope walk and admire the beautiful surrounds. Test your mobility on the climbing frames. The new Bibra Lake Playground – a playground for all ages, abilities and disabilities. Rock back and forth on the giant swings. Play with water at the water play stations. The new Bibra Lake Regional Playground. Learn. Play. Explore. Open daily from 8.30am to 9pm.