Site: Killara Park, Corner of Rosebery Rd and Koola Avenue, Killara, NSW
Client: Ku-ring-gai Council
“Located within Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest, the upgraded playground takes inspiration from nature to draw upon an imaginary forest adventure and adds to the nature play opportunities of the adjacent bushland. Council has renewed the playground setting and upgraded the play equipment to maintain an engaging play experience that offers children of all ages and all abilities including their carers a valued place for play and social interaction.”
Killara Park children’s playground near Rosebery Road was opened to the public on 30 November 2016.”
Extract from Ku-ring-gai Council’s Killara Park playground upgrade, to view more please click here.
Proludic play equipment at Killara Park includes a large custom Kanope Multi-Play unit: Kanopé is inspired by nature, in particular the tree and everything associated with it, especially the treehouse! With the curved laminated timber beams and asymmetrical shapes, Kanope enhances playgrounds in natural settings. Its structures are a playful, aesthetically pleasing twist on the natural features found in forests. Children have great fun climbing, clambering, sliding and socialising on Kanope items. The colours, with their diverse tones of green, orange, yellow and brown complement the natural character given to the play area. Other play equipment includes a three-bay Swing set with an inclusive Pod Swing and a range of seats for all abilities ; The House Cubby House, a small refuge and meeting point for children ; a Gemini Springer ; an accessible Speed Gyro Carousel and an Animal Labyrinth Play Panel.
- Z16-2708 Custom Kanope Multi-Play
- J2400 Speed Gyro
- J493 Swing set – Pod Swing, Toddler seat and Standard seat
- J3401 Animal Labyrinth Play Panel
- J253 The House
- J833 Gemini Springer