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Building a brighter future for the Sunshine Coast

Posted on 28.07.2015 in All Inclusive , Company News , New Release , Projects , Rubber , Shade

brightwater press release

Stockland and Urban Play are once again pushing boundaries with the recent unveiling of Brightwaters newest destination playground. Mountain Creek residents will be the first to experience this unique project design boasting fully customized and revolutionary play equipment, the first of its kind on the Sunshine Coast.

The free flowing design features play opportunities for children of all ages including the Coast’s first mouse house roller and giant 5.5m birds nest swing. A custom built rope boat and personalised rubber fish mound have also been designed exclusively for the project, providing a play experience like no other.

With a strong focus on all-inclusive and developmental play opportunities, Brightwater Stage 23 was designed to encourage a sense of community and wellbeing amongst the growing and vibrant residential development. Ranging from toddler to teens and parents included, age appropriate play equipment has been carefully selected to provide a challenging, yet safe, play environment.

Teaming with Landscape Architects, Aecom and Brisbane based playground designers Urban Play, Stockland’s vision for play diversity provided a challenging but unique opportunity for innovation and creation within the desired play space.

Utilising the open scenery of the Brightwater landscape, Urban Play’s design provides a unique multi-dimensional play precinct encouraging movement and interaction throughout the community focused design.

Urban Play Director Ben Urban, has commended Stockland on their willingness to think outside the square and push the boundaries of conventional design. “The goal was to create a safe yet challenging environment for kids to test their boundaries while encouraging valuable movement and social skill development. The active design flows comfortably through the project space, encourages parental interaction and creating lasting bonds not only for individual families but the wider Brightwater community.”