FIVE DOCK

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Address                     .  Livvi’s Place Five Dock,Timbrell Park, on Henley Marine Drive,  Drummoyne, NSW
 Features
  • Fenced
  • Undercover picnic tables (wheelchair accessible).
  • BBQ inside fence area.
  • Accessible toilets – an electric adult sized change table which can be accessed with an MLAK key, available from your council or local Master Locksmith. Shaded areas.
  • Accessible parking and mini bus drop off area.
  • Livvi’s Cafe
 Statistics                     . Opened:  November 2009

Partners:  City of Canada Bay, 

Maintenance contact: 

Planning your visit  In conjunction with local special schools, we’ve developed materials to assist you in preparing your child for a visit to Livvi’s Place.

 Events  Story Time – The Amazing Emily runs Storytime on Mondays and Thursdays at 10am during school term.

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 Links Join our friends of Livvi’s Place Five Dock Facebook group.Join our friends of Livvi's Place Ballarat facebook group

We have won many awards for Livvi’s Place including Parks and Leisure Australia Awards & the Public Works Engineering Australia Engineering Excellence Award.

Take a Walk through Livvi’s Place with designer, Ben Richards
Kids at turning of soil

How did we develop this park?

Livvi’s Place, an initiative of the Touched by Olivia Foundation, was designed in consultation with leading academics, play, disability, and landscape experts and the local community, Livvi’s Place aims to dramatically reduce the barriers experienced by children with special needs and their families, helping to give them a level playing field for life.

Centrally located, Livvi’s Place was built for children with all forms of disability and from all parts of Sydney.  The playground’s unique design and equipment addresses the needs of children with various forms of disability including mobility, vision and hearing impairment as well as spectrum disorders such as autism.


Livvi’s Place means so much for a lot of local families, including Sandra Casinader who is the mother of two children with autism.

“When I saw the playground, I actually started crying because every single thing that makes it so difficult for us and many of my friends in a similar situation to use a “typical” playground has been so completely addressed; the attention to detail is astounding.”

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