Nudgee Waterhole Reserve is a park offering sporting, nature conservation and general recreation functions. The site has exceptional Aboriginal cultural heritage significance, containing archaeological relics and one of only two remaining intact Aboriginal Bora Rings in Brisbane.
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Working with Brisbane City Council and aligned with Cultural Heritage investigation works undertaken by the Traditional Custodians, Playscape Creations introduced Rustik playground elements to offer a nature-inspired experience within this stunning landscape.
Rustik Australian Hardwood timbers are sustainably harvested, with the sapwood removed to reveal the hard-wearing natural timber grain. Over years of use, each timber will be lovingly polished by the hands and feet of children who come to play, adding their own unique patina.
The Barrington spiral climber blends art and play functionality with non-prescribed entry and exit routes and climbing challenge to reach the summit, or to hang out and relax along the way.
The Culgoa low level hangout blends art and play functionality. Sustainably sourced hardwood creates a nature inspired textured visual and climbing experience, blended with the sculptural steel and hangout nets.
Blending seamlessly into the natural environment, these Rustik systems complement the adjacent wetlands and the sustainability ethos of the Nudgee Waterhole Reserve while encouraging children and families to stay and play.
Project Gallery – Nudgee Waterhole Reserve
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