Sensory path and watercourse.
Story telling corner
Tunnel slide into the sand-pit.
Mud kitchen with water play.
We don’t want pallets we want solid, durable Ta Da!
Crooked play house and swing.
We think its a winner!!!!
Make the enclosed tunnel high please, for the kindy kids.
We want a shed thats cool.
Red earth, friendly folk, a trio of Forts for the kids at Robinson Park.
A new meeting place in town with Insulated roof to keep it cool.
We want a wobbly walkway to our fort.
Kindy fort with enclosed tunnel.
Look at our blog on Clermont Babies play-space to see the before and after Pictures.
We built a Tree-house up in the Mango Tree.
This was a dead space now its the go-to space.
Up the ropes, through the net tunnel,climb over the branches and down the tunnel slide.
Somewhere to hide on the sensory path.
From Possum Pods to Pirates, While Brisbane was freezing we were in Mackay at a Barilla Child Care Centre building a Pirate Ship. It had to have a Walk the plank, a Ships bell and a Slide, well why not. Dolphins at the bow and a ships wheel to steer all was fine on this mighty ship.
Owen the first our hippo finds a home with the children, Kay and Julie and the staff. He enjoys the cakes and pies made in the mud pit.
Renovated Creek Bed at Biloela Kindergarten
Bow to Stern
Strathpine C&K Daycare: Mud Kitchen dry creek bed and water pump Yep its all there for fun fun fun.
Lets play Twister
Stage 1: Tree House
Climbing For challenge. Over, under, climb up, shimmy down... it's up to you.
Move over I've got this
A Trio of Covered Pits, Sand, Mud, Dirt
A log climb was the preferred choice to achieve the goal of a fun learning experience.
There are three different ways to reach this cubby cave on the top of the slope... Climb a huge tree log, A rope climb, Or sandstone boulders.
A Live Tree House is part of a challenge package designed to navigate the entire play area without ever needing to have your feet on the ground.
Jenny asked for a skillion roof on their fort at Borilla Street Kindy and the kids wanted a slide and firemans pole. So everyone is happy.
Three deck levels with a total of 30 mts of play space.
Sandstone Meeting Circle
1.5 mts wide and 2.1mts high our new possum pod is a sensory delight. Perfect for a place to snuggle up with a story or huddle with a few friends, we had lots of children playing with the dinasours and they didn't want to leave, that to us was success.
We planted Olive Trees so that in time to come there will be lovely tall shade.
The kids wanted to level the sand volcano, so we piled it up..
Wheel chair friendly Ramps and Boardwalk wind their way around the trees of the children's playground.
We added a Jetty to the boat donated by Michelle the Director
Mackay Childcare at Birralee asked us to build a boat..It had to have a slide, and scramble net, multi level decks and look coooool This was the result
Just finished, Will they love it?
Bridges and tunnels are the best fun.
To Dam or not to dam.