THE IAN POTTER CHILDREN'S WILD PLAY GARDEN
The gates are now open to the most amazing WILD PLAY Garden Sydney has ever seen!
Kids will go WILD in The Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garden
- they will be laughing and shouting, running and sweating, playing and exploring. They’re going to be dirty, happy and exhausted!
We are proud to say that to date Centennial Parklands Foundation has secured over $3,000,000 in funding from philanthropic foundations, private benefactors, corporate sponsors and community donations. We are excited to see the gates open to this amazing garden and will continue to fundraise throughout the year.
AREAS OF THE GARDEN
The main areas of the Garden include Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub Tunnels, Artesian Water Play, Tree House, Bamboo Forest, Wild Play Area, Turtle Mounds, Dry Creek Beds and Swamp, all purpose-built for this state of the art facility located adjacent to the existing Education Precinct.
Centennial Parklands Foundation continues to seek community and philanthropic funding for areas of the Garden.
Find out more by downloading the Funding Information Pack (PDF, 3098kb)
We would like to thank the following major sponsors and donors who have contributed so far:
The Ian Potter Foundation
Thyne Reid Foundation
Ruth Armytage AM
The Corella Fund
Only About Children
The Holmes Family Foundation
A key initiative under the Centennial Park Master Plan 2040
, this incredible wonderland has been made possible by The Ian Potter Foundation
and numerous sponsors, supporters and donors.
THE IAN POTTER CHILDREN'S WILD PLAY GARDEN BENCH DONATION
Benches are available within the newly opened Garden. These premium sites are limited.
Find out more - Living Legacy Bench Donations.
EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS
Help us create the next generation of WILD PLAY lovers by donating to this exciting project. Your donation, big or small, will help create and maintain a space where children can explore, learn and connect with the natural environment.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
In conjunction with Western Sydney University, we're conducting research about The Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garden. If you have visited the Garden, we invite you to take part in a 10-minute online survey. We are interested to know how both children and adults feel about nature play and whether it has impacts for children’s development.