PIARA Waters’ Robot Park will celebrate its first birthday with a huge community party this weekend.
Local families can celebrate the milestone with a play on the massive park, while the party will also include food and coffee, face paintings, photo booths and giveaways.
Stockland WA general manager Col Dutton said the $2.5 million park in their Newhaven estate had drawn in thousands of families since it opened late last year.
“The Robot Park really taps into the imagination of children, offering a robot-themed cubby house, a flying fox, a basketball half-court, climbing structures and tunnel slides,” he said.
“At Stockland we work hard to provide innovative playgrounds within our Perth communities and our Robot Park has gone above and beyond to not just provide something different, but to tempt kids away from the screen and get them outdoors for fun, interactive play.
“Thousands of kids have used the park to get out and get active over the past year and beyond the range of colourful equipment there’s also sand and water elements that make for a complete sensory experience.”
Robot Park’s first birthday event will be held on November 12 from 10am to 1pm.