Swing­ing into sum­mer

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Western Opinion -

CEL­E­BRATE the launch of City of Su­bi­aco’s new The­atre Gar­dens on Oc­to­ber 1.

Mayor Heather Hen­der­son will host a short cer­e­mony at the play­ground (lo­cated next to Su­bi­aco Arts Cen­tre) from 11.30am fol­lowed by fun chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing cubby mak­ing and cre­at­ing origami frogs.

“With the ad­di­tion of this fan­tas­tic new play area for the kids, I imag­ine we’ll see lots of fam­i­lies en­joy­ing the fa­cil­i­ties as we head into warmer weather,” Mrs Hen­der­son said.

The Na­ture Play WA-de­signed play­ground fea­tures a tightrope walk, wa­ter and sand trays, boulder climb, bal­anc­ing beams and stilts, pup­pet the­atre, shopfront cubby and bas­ket swing. “In line with (the City’s playspace strat­egy), the play­ground has been de­signed in a way that al­lows for cog­ni­tive, phys­i­cal, so­cial, emo­tional and sen­sory de­vel­op­ment for chil­dren of all ages,” chief ex­ec­u­tive Stephen Tin­dale said.

Wil­liam (10) and Is­abelle Had­dow (6) try out the The­atre Gar­dens’ new bas­ket swing.

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