It is hard to miss the brightly coloured pink and green Conical Tower at the centre of the playspace which excites children from afar. The three tiered tower features two gigantic slides and multiple entries into the tower which are suitable for different ages and abilities. Filled with social, active and cognitive play opportunities, the tower is a space that creates moments where children can engage in unstructured play and push their boundaries as they attempt the climb to the top.
A Three Bay Swing with seats catering to various ages and abilities encourages children, parents or carers to swing towards the sky. A hot pink POPP Ping Pong Table will be home to endless cheers as families or friends battle it out in a game of ping pong.
For younger adventurers, a KOMPAN PCM Unit is bursting with activities that engage children in play which has proven to develop. A music panel, clock, curly climber, nets, slides and manipulative elements encourages the development of fine and gross motor skills, cognitive skills and social skills. A spinner bowl and balancing beam are other play elements in the park.
The new playground at Carseldine Urban Village was designed in collaboration with Landscape Architects, Urbis. The new playground is a space for the whole family to play and will be filled with climbing, learning and laughter.
“As you can see from the photos it’s absolutely phenomenal Urban Play have once again hit the mark with this park design. One to add to the bucket list.”