Proving that imaginative play is cherished by our little ones as much as physical play, the new Omnitech Garden Playspace combines the best of activity-based play systems with imaginative design elements.
Fleetwood Reserve is a new garden themed playspace recently completed by Omnitech Playgrounds, for the City of Casey. Situated in Narre Warren’s southern residential area, the local community is enjoying the playspace while combining playtime with walks in the area’s open green space.
This playground features one of Omnitech’s Australian made extreme units that incorporates nine different activities; combining climbing, sliding and balancing. Complementing the play unit, Omnitech has incorporated many free-standing elements that cater to varying ages and abilities.
All play elements contribute to an overall garden theme. These include the ladybug and bumble bee rockers, the freestanding flower talk tubes, insect four-way springer, overall colour scheme and scattered round soft fall rubber pads.
Something unique to this playspace is the imaginative play element in the form of bug themed stickers that are hidden in various random locations to be discovered. This allows children to be able to explore the playground in a less physically demanding way.
This playspace from Omnitech Playgrounds once again demonstrates that their in-house design team has the ability to customise equipment to fit in with local surroundings or client preferences. This is especially evident with the bug stickers and four-way springer which can both be completely customised to resemble any animal, character or shape.
Speak to a member of the Omnitech Playgrounds team today to discuss the customization of your next playspace.