The outdoor play space, which was developed with Nature Play Solutions, has sand boxes, swinging ropes and a working water pump, where previously there was just an empty grassed area.
The Association raised $33,000 for the 18-month project.
Penelope Melis from the Association said parents wanted a design that would improve children’s upper body strength.
‘The whole area was just grass before this,’ Mrs Melis said.
‘Now there is more focused play and it’s a great start for their imagination. Kids can make mud – they enjoy that.’
With more than 70 children at the Pre-primary, it was important to parents that the new design allowed the children to spread out.
‘There are different zones, so the kids can spread out,’ Mrs Melis said.
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