Queens Park Playspace

The Queens Park Playspace features new playground equipment, landscaping and paths to create formal and informal seating and play areas and equipment and areas for families and people of all ages.

 Play equipment includes:

  • swings 
  • double flying foxes
  • a sandpit
  • nature play are 
  • balancing logs 
  • an accessible spinner

There are also:

  • picnic tables for families, 
  • drinking fountains
  • accessible paths perfect for children to safely ride their bikes and scooters.

At the Roll Play bike park, children can learn traffic skills on a specially-made track, have a picnic with their family and play for hours all just a short walk from the main shops of Healesville.

The playspace was designed with feedback from Healesville Indigenous Community Services Association (HICSA), community members, school children and local Elder Brooke Wandin. The park reflects Indigenous heritage and its place in the environment, sitting in parkland between the Grace Burn and Wirrup Yaluk creeks.

 

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