Hunt Club Reserve, Cranbourne

The Hunt Club Reserve playground in Cranbourne East has undergone an exciting transformation, with a brand new design that caters to both junior and senior users. The new playground was inspired by community feedback thanks to the City of Casey, ensuring that it meets the needs and desires of local families.

The playground is split into two play spaces, connected by a footpath, and features multiple play towers with a variety of activities for kids to enjoy. Junior and senior users can climb on rope climbing activities, a rock wall, and monkey bars, while younger children can enjoy the wave slide, curved slide and junior slide. There are also interactive lower deck activity panels that encourage imaginative play, such as a communication board.

But that’s not all – the playground also includes a carousel with rails that’s suitable for multiple users, promoting social play and interaction. For children with disabilities, there’s a high-backed disability seat on one of the swings that also has a toddler and strap seat, as well as an accessible big dipper rocker.

Overall, the Hunt Club Reserve playground is a fantastic place for kids to play and explore. The variety of equipment, inclusive design, and focus on imaginative play make it a must-visit destination for families in the area.

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Hunt Club Reserve, Cranbourne

  • Hunt Club Reserve in Cranbourne East had an old playground that needed to be replaced.
  • The new design was based on community feedback from City of Casey and features separate play spaces for junior and senior users.
  • The playground includes multiple play towers with various activities such as climbing, balancing, and sliding.
  • Interactive panels provide additional activities on the lower deck.
  • The playground also includes swings, including a high backed all-abilities seat, a carousel with rails for social play, and an accessible big dipper rocker.
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