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The $1 million playscape at Brimbank Park is open and ready for visitors to enjoy.
The playscape has been designed especially to encourage children of all abilities, including those in wheelchairs, and their families to connect with nature and to play, explore and socialise in the outdoors.
Features include a giant Bunjil nest for children to climb, beautiful sculptures, a maze with many elements to discover, and a ‘build-your-own’ cubby house structure.
The project was developed by Parks Victoria in partnership with:
· Department of Environment and Primary Industries’ Vision for Werribee Plains grants program.
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