Dingley Primary School

Get ready to have a blast at Dingley Primary School’s brand new playground! Thanks to a grant from the Victorian School Building Authority, the school in City of Kingston was able to team up with us to create a playground that will make your jaw drop.

Let’s start with the senior playground – it’s a giant orbit playground with all the bells and whistles! You’ll find a rope climber we call the “reverse helix”, a tightrope, rockwall, jungle gym, vortex, commando crossing, leap frog, hoop challenge, swing bridge, ring challenge, rope traverse, arch web wall and a slide! And don’t forget about the junior playground, with its rope twist, double wave slide, pommel climber, rockwall climber, ladder for easy access, monkey bars, twirl bars and a pommel walker – it’s a must-see for all the young ones!

But the fun doesn’t stop there! Dingley Primary School also has beautiful sensory areas on synthetic turf, perfect for stimulating the senses and fostering imagination. Your kids will love exploring the cubby with interactive panels, including a shop front panel, clock panel, numbers panel, maze panel, alphabet panel, turtle panel, steer and gear panel, sensory panel, compass panel and twister panel! And if that’s not enough, there are also bright and colorful orbs to balance and sit on, a xylophone panel, musical pipes, stainless steel drums and talk tubes!

So what are you waiting for? Come check out the amazing playground at Dingley Primary School – it’s sure to be a day filled with fun and adventure!

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Dingley Primary School

  • Dingley Primary School in City of Kington received a grant from the Victorian School Building Authority.
  • Three play areas were built: Junior, Senior, and Sensory.
  • The Senior structure is an orbit playground with various climbers and challenges.
  • The Junior structure has a rope twist, double wave slide, monkey bars, and more.
  • Both playgrounds are blue and yellow to match the school colors.
  • The sensory area has a cubby with interactive panels, a roof, orbs, xylophone panel, musical pipes, drums, and talk tubes.
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