Brightly coloured and eye-catching, the aeroplane shaped ‘treehouse’ stands equal to the height of the park’s tree canopy, allowing a bird's eye view of the entire 200ha park by Western Sydney Parklands. Standing 14.5m high and over 22m long, the play structure features exotically painted facade panels and four stainless steel slides, adding significant dimension to the park.
Building upon the original design by JMD, the team at Fleetwood Urban worked closely with the park’s architect and engineer to finalise the design, manufacture the complex structure, and deliver the final product, seamlessly bringing the highly-detailed bespoke structure to life.
Check out the initial conceptual fly-through of the Bungarribee Super Park HERE
Showcasing some of the best places to run, cycle, picnic and relax, Fleetwood Urban’s publication series Inspirational Communities™ feature a diverse range of projects like the Bungarribee Super Park from around Australia. From 50m cable-stayed shared path bridges and vibrant bespoke playspaces to mesmerising public artworks and pop-up park furniture, this publication will take you on a fascinating journey of inspiration into the world of landscape structures.
Inspirational Communities™ Volume 4 is the fourth in the series of Inspirational Communities™ volumes and delivers solid inspiration from a diverse range of projects for your next public open space. With projects such as Bathers Way, Wulaba Park, Stonehill Estate, Fairwater Park and Thornton in the spotlight, Volume 4 shares some of Australia’s most fascinating communities.
To download your copy of Inspirational Communities™ Vol 4 CLICK HERE
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Images (top to bottom): Bungarribee Super Park; Adelaide Zoo; Stonehill Estate; Bathers Way; Thornton Phoenix.