Werrington Lake Reserve
Werrington Lakes in Werrington, New South Wales, Australia, is a man made lake, developed in the early 1980s as a solution to help relieve flooding of the Werrington Creek. Removal of earth began in 1981 and was used to create the overpass of the railway line to the east of Werrington railway station.
A favourite outdoor spot in Penrith and it is a complete family natural reserve with lakes, water splash pad, picnic facilities and playground. It is a sprawling reserve with the main entry via Burton Street and there is ample of parking for cars and trailers.
The lush green reserve straight leads you to playground, which has swings, climbing frames, slippery slides, spring rockers, monkey swing flying fox and various apparatuses to test out your kids' balance and co-ordination skills. The play area has soft fall and is fully shaded with toilets right opposite the playground.
There are many stone benches and wooden benches to sit and enjoy the kids playing. The playground area is not gated and is very close to the water splash pad. The water splash area is gentle for walking babies to enjoy little water play with parents. The splash area is fully shaded with stone benches to relax.