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The kid’s playground at Westmead Children’s Hospital is currently undergoing renovations.

The aim of the play space is to highlight the different types of play, various equipment and surfacing products types, the incorporation of the natural environment and native plant species.

To show our support for this wonderful initiative, Street Furniture Australia donated three Park Seats to the playground.

Street Furniture Australia Park Seat PS7

New Westmead Children's Hospital playground concept plan by The Garden Makers

New Westmead Children’s Hospital playground concept plan by The Garden Makers

Click here to view the design and for updates on the progress of the renovations.


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