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An exciting place for all children and their families to play will be established in the main visitor area of Brimbank Park in 2013.
The unique design of the playscape will be based on the natural and cultural heritage of the park. It will become a great meeting place for everyone, welcoming people of all ages and abilities.
Contact with nature is great for kids. Nature encourages children to use their imagination, and imaginary play helps children develop social, cognitive and creative skills. The playscape will also encourage children to be active and to understand and improve their physical abilities. All of these skills are essential building blocks for life.
The project is being developed in partnership with the People and Parks Foundation, Variety Victoria – the Children’s Charity and the Department of Sustainability and Environment’s Vision for Werribee Plains grants program. Funding secured to date has now reached $1 million.
14 Nov 2013
During National Recycling Week, 11-17 November, Parks Victoria is highlighting the increasing use of recycling in its parks. A great example is the new play space being built at Brimbank Park which features a number of recycling aspects. In particular, the hundreds of special brick pavers that that were individually…