Issue #68 June 2019
Good morning [First Name], 

In this edition of Project Play, we look at the recently completed Cressington Way Reserve playground in Wallsend - Newcastle; showcasing beautifully hand made and sustainable Australian Bushwood units.

We are excited to launch seven new Spring Rocker designs – abstract and contemporary designs that can be whatever your imagination makes them out to be (except for The Toastie!)

And finally the Musical Garden Chimes, new design for sensory and sound in the playground.
All the best,

 Athol Quinsey
 Moduplay Group Pty Ltd

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Cressington Way Reserve - Wallsend, NSW

A stunning new Moduplay bushwood playground has been installed at Cressington Way Reserve, Wallsend. With a Bushwood Teepee taking pride of place, the park includes a Balance trail, with several Bushwood elements creating a challenging obstacle course promoting balance and agility. 

New Moduplay Rockers

What if we threw out all the “rules” about what a Spring Rocker should look like?

What if we started with a blank canvas and an open mind to see what we can come up with?

We challenged our designers to just that and here we have the results!

Musical Garden Chimes

Inclusively designed with all in mind, these free-standing musical chimes are a great addition to any playspace, allowing several kids to interact and play at once.

Playing to Learn Book - 2019 Volume 1

  • 88 pages of colourful inspiration
  • New products and new designs
  • New projects completed across Australia

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