New explorer adventure park coming to Hilbert

an artist impression of the new Hilbert park.
an artist impression of the new Hilbert park.

A NEW interactive park is under construction in Hilbert, just a stone’s throw away from the popular Shipwreck Park.

Dubbed the Explorer Park, the new $2.6 million adventurer park in Stockland’s Sienna Wood estate will be built on 4.8 hectares and include a ‘tree of life’ tower centrepiece, 8m high climbing structure with tunnel slides, viewing platforms and climbing nets, a children’s rock climbing wall, basketball half court, suspended rope bridge, a nature play zone and a large sports oval with a pitch and cricket nets.

Stockland WA residential general manager Col Dutton said the park would be yet another play and community option for residents to enjoy.

“We’re pleased to announce the start of construction on this new park which is designed to cater to the growing needs of residents in Perth’s thriving southern growth corridor,” he said.

“Along with the inventive new recreational features the park will include exercise stations, a running stream, barbecues, shelters, scattered seating, a network of footpaths and ample native landscaping, making this a wonderful new place for the whole family to enjoy some rest and relaxation.”

The park will be built on Silverthrone Road and Durate Way and is expected to open in May.