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Everleigh Playground | Parks Week 2020
Everleigh Playground | Parks Week 202010.03.2020

The littlest Greenbank residents are enjoying the custom-designed playground within Everleigh's $5.1 million parkland precinct complete with event space and walking trails. Urban Play worked with Form Landscape Architects and Mirvac to create a playspace that pays homage to Everleigh's neighbourly spirit and open spaces.

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Fenwick Park | Parks Week 2020
Fenwick Park | Parks Week 202010.03.2020

The upgraded playground at Fenwick Park in Mitchelton is a massive hit with the local children and families. Designed to encourage children of multiple ages and abilities to get outside and play, the new playspace motivates endless hours of social, imaginative, cognitive and active play. Urban Play worked alongside Brisbane City Council to transform the playspace. Playground designer, Nikita Burns offered some insight into the playground inspiration and desig.

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Pebble Creek | Parks Week 2020
Pebble Creek | Parks Week 202010.03.2020

Urban Play worked alongside SLR Consulting, Orchard Property Group and The Landscaping Construction Company to create the playspace at Pebble Creek. In the centre of the playground is a bespoke Tree Tower which encourages kids climb to the top, play amongst the treetops and peer out over the incredible native bush environment.

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Spinnaker Park | Parks Week 2020
Spinnaker Park | Parks Week 202010.03.2020

Urban Play worked in collaboration with CUSP Landscape Architecture, Eureka Landscapes and Touched by Olivia to deliver a multigenerational playground that encourages the whole family to get outside, soak up the sunshine and play!

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Pallara District Park | Parks Week
Pallara District Park | Parks Week10.03.2020

A commissioned 10-metre high tower in shades of green is the centre-piece at the new Pallara District Park. The multi-levelled playground encourages children to climb to the top followed by a thrilling slide down. Designed in collaboration with Urban Play, Urbis and Stockland the park focuses on creating an intergenerational space that gets everyone moving. The park features a playground, fitness equipment and a learn-to-ride track that features street markings, speed humps and intersections.

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