Issue #62 December 2018
Good morning [First Name], 

2018... As it draws to a close, it's important to take a moment and reflect on all the good things that have happened. We love sharing the journey with you through this newsletter.

Our aim with Project Play is to keep it short, relevant and interesting to you. Please be free to feedback with any topics or issues you would like to see covered in the year ahead.

We wish you a happy and safe holiday period and look forward to a big 2019!


In the last issue of the year, check out the adventurous Bankbook Park, in Wongawilli. It's got something for everyone, with colourful twisting slides and a soaring sky tower.

We discuss the new research into 'senior playgrounds', which bring a whole new meaning to the word "play"; and highlights the benefits of play for all ages. How getting enough outside play time and interactive family time can positively impact and improve life for all age groups.

Rounding up the year we turn the spotlight on our new See-Soar Rocker, a play activity across generations with a new look.

All the best,

  Athol Quinsey
  Moduplay Group Pty Ltd

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Bankbook Park, NSW

Imagine moving into your new home, getting settled and telling the kids they can go outside to play, then being able to walk them down the street to THIS! Well, that's exactly what the new residents at Vista Park, Wongawilli are able to do. We worked closely with Taylor Brammer Landscape Architecture in order to achieve this wonderful bespoke play space.

We like kids to take risks when they play. It teaches them so much.

We believe playgrounds should be hazard free, not risk free. But note, there is a big difference between a hazard and a risk.

A hazard is something the child can’t see or predict as a result of their own actions or the design of the playground. A risk is something the child can analyse and make a decision about and use it to challenge themselves.

Monkey Bars having been getting bad press lately that they are too risky, even a hazard... We think well designed Monkey Bars present an acceptable level of foreseeable risk.

Learning how to manage foreseeable risk is important for the mental and physical development of children. Monkey Bars can help with that.

The new and improved See-Soar Rocker!

The humble see-saw has been gracing playgrounds for generations. Our devoted team of designers and engineers have taken this concept, added a few twists, and designed the Moduplay See-Soar. A great addition to the family.

Christmas Cheer is here!

As we wrap up an amazing year, we would like to thank all our partners and customers for their support throughout 2018. Our goal is to make the world a better place by providing amazing play areas for children and families, and we wouldn't be able to do it without all of you.

We will be taking a break over Christmas & New Year to spend time with our families and loved ones.

Please note our shut down period as below:

Friday 21st December 2018 - Monday 7th January 2019

We wish you a safe holiday and look forward to doing great things with you all next year!

*NEW* Moduplay Play Book Edition 9.5

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

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