THE IAN POTTER CHILDREN'S WILD PLAY GARDEN
The Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garden in the heart of Centennial Park offers city kids and adults alike an opportunity to immerse themselves in an oasis of nature-play and adventure.
The WILD PLAY Garden is designed to cater for all ages and abilities in a dramatic landscape in which children are encouraged to run, jump, play, learn and discover the wild side of life.
WILD PLAY allows children to get lost in the wonder of nature with dry creek beds, an artesian water play area, a bamboo forest, banksia tunnels, turtle mounds and Centennial Park's first treehouse.
The creation of this incredible wonderland was a key initiative under the Centennial Park Master Plan 2040.
We would like to say a huge thank you to the following major sponsors and donors who made the creation and maintenance of The WILD PLAY Garden possible:
AROUND THE GARDEN
You will see various magical areas within THE WILD PLAY Garden including: the Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub Tunnels, Artesian Water Play, Tree House, Bamboo Forest, WILD PLAY Area, Turtle Mounds, Dry Creek Beds and Swamp.
These are all purpose-built for kids to enjoy at this state-of-the-art facility, located next to the existing Education Precinct.
DONATE A BENCH AT THE WILD PLAY GARDEN
Our waiting list is currently open for Living Legacy bench donations, which are available inside the WILD PLAY Garden.
These premium sites are popular, so if you would like to place your interest for when a bench next becomes available, please get in touch.
You can find out more here.
Below is also a downloadable pack for more information:
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.