Outer Circle Linear Park, Kew

Welcome to the amazing playground at Outer Circle Linear Park in Kew! This playground, upgraded by the City of Boroondara, is a paradise for children of all ages. The playground is nestled within the beautiful natural surroundings of the park and features a range of exciting activities for kids to enjoy. The playground is designed with a natural color palette of green and tan, with pops of yellow, orange, grey and black that perfectly complement the environment.

The lower level of the more traditional playground is home to a range of interactive panels, including a dashboard panel with a seat under, match the letter panel, Bubble panel, Shop counter, squeeze panel, counting panel and wombat tunnel. These panels offer endless opportunities for imaginative play and help to develop fine motor skills, creativity and problem-solving abilities in children. The higher level of this structure is complete with plastic stairs, a telescope panel, a spiral climber and curved slide, under rustic gable roofs. This structure is perfect for younger children who love to act out their imagination and explore.

If that’s not enough though, there is a second structure in the playground – the modern Orbit structure for older kids to climb and work out challenges. This structure links together a crescent web, hoop challenge, sway bars, whirl, swing bridge, slide access and a kakadu wave slide for hours of fun.

The benefits of play in this playground are immense. Not only does it provide children with a fun and safe environment to play, but it also promotes physical, cognitive, social and emotional development. The range of activities available in the playground encourages children to develop their strength, balance and coordination, while the interactive panels help to build fine motor skills and problem-solving abilities. The structures in the playground are designed to promote imaginative play, which is essential for cognitive development.

Playing in the playground also helps children to develop social skills, such as communication, cooperation, and sharing. There is also a Tornado, Post Swing with toddler seats, A Frame Swing with strap seats, jitterbug and a sfera. Additionally, the excitement and sense of accomplishment that comes with successfully navigating the playground can help to build children’s confidence and self-esteem.

In conclusion, the playground at Outer Circle Linear Park in Kew is an amazing resource for children to come and enjoy. It offers a range of physical, cognitive, social and emotional benefits that are essential for children’s development. So, come and join the fun and let your children unleash their imaginations!

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  • Tornado
  • Multi-Age Playground
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Outer Circle Linear Park, Kew

  • The Outer Circle Linear Park in Kew has an upgraded playground designed for children of all ages
  • The playground is nestled within natural surroundings and has a natural color palette
  • Outer Circle Linear Park includes both modern and traditional play structures.
  • Traditional Play structure features interactive panels that encourage imaginative play and fine motor skill development, as well as a higher level with climbing opportunities and a slide for smaller children.
  • The second structure offers linked pieces for older children with a variety of potential activities.
  • Playing in the playground promotes physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development
  • The playground offers opportunities for children to develop strength, balance, coordination, problem-solving, communication, cooperation, sharing, confidence, and self-esteem.

The Tornado is constructed from powder coated galvanised steel and has one ‘bucket’ that can hold up to four children. The bucket can spin and swing from its single curved cantilever post.  It makes a terrific play item that will serve the community for many years.  The bucket is supported from a heavy duty universal bearing.

Catering for the developing needs of all children, SafePlay playgrounds offer a diverse range of active and passive play choices.

Providing a balanced array of activities is paramount when catering for children. Their diverse range of physical abilities demands that equipment be capable of allowing children to extend their skills. The inclusion of passive play zones and areas where adults can interact is also important.

Keeping playgrounds interesting and fun for older children can be a significant challenge. By including a range of play activities with graduated levels of physical challenge as well as spaces for socialising or just hanging out, older children have the increased incentive for play and social interaction.

Manufactured by Australia’s largest Playground Company, FORPARK AUSTRALIA, our equipment is designed to comply with Australian Standards and is built to last using powder coated uprights, platforms, and components. The fittings are manufactured from various materials including powder coated galvanised steel, roto-moulded plastics, and rope items which are wrapped in a fire-resistant nylon braid.

Made in Australia.

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