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adventure+ was engaged by Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architect to help develop a town themed playground at Banksia Reserve. The play unit central to the play area features a mini post office, police station, train station and hospital, offering local children hours of imaginative play.
Client: Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architect
A new town-themed play structure incorporating a slide, a bridge and monkey bars.
Described by the local mothers’ group, Mamma Knows South as the ‘coolest village in Bayside’, this redeveloped park has proved to be a hit with the local community in Melbourne’s southeast suburbs.
The mini-town theme playground incorporates a post office, police station, railway station and hospital, promoting imaginative play with younger children. Although small, the equipment includes a range of play activities such as monkey bars and tunnels providing plenty of play opportunities for a range of ages.
Using the landscape architect’s concept drawings and brief, adventure+ developed a playground design that utilised the symmetry timber system for the main structure. While the timber provides a natural feel, the powdercoated elements and the customised roofs adds pops of colour that create a fun and vibrant atmosphere.
The roofs on the play unit were central to achieving the town theme. adventure+ was able to customise the roofs to ensure that it turned out exactly as the landscape architect and council, City of Bayside wanted. It’s these small features that can make a big difference in a playground design.