Dig­i­tal fan­tasy land for kids

Kwinana Courier - - News -

THE last day of Mag­i­cal Parks co­in­cides with Aus­tralia Day so if you can­not bear fac­ing the fore­shore crowds why not take the lit­tlies down to your lo­cal park for some vir­tual fun.

The event that be­gan this week al­lows chil­dren of all ages to ex­plore a dig­i­tal fan­tasy land play­ground us­ing a mo­bile de­vice and the Mag­i­cal Park app.

Ex­pect to walk with the di­nosaurs or sim­ply share a toad­stool seat with a fairy.

The Mag­i­cal Parks app, pro­duced by Geo AR Games, is free and in­tended for 6 to 12 yearolds.

The bound­aries for the game are set within lim­ited ar­eas of the parks, so check the City’s web­site or at the parks for de­tails.

Peo­ple play­ing Mag­i­cal Park are urged to be con­sid­er­ate of other park users.

The mag­i­cal parks in­volved are:

Fan­tasy Park – Rand Av­enue, Waikiki;

Surf Drive Re­serve – 11 D’Arole Turn, Se­cret Har­bour;

Len Pike Re­serve – 11 Rankin Me­an­der, Baldivis;

Solquest Park – corner of Solquest Way and Te­hani Close, Cooloongup; and

Round Hill Re­serve – corner Round Hill and Gyp­sum Cove, Port Kennedy.

Mag­i­cal Parks is a free event by the City of Rock­ing­ham.

For more in­for­ma­tion, tele­phone the City on 9528 0333 or con­tact cus­tomer@rock­ing­ham.wa.gov.au

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