Your View: Angus Neill Reserve Playspace

We invite you to help in designing a new nature playspace at Angus Neill Reserve!

We're looking for children and young people to tell us all about what makes a great space to play.

Please work with your children or grandchildren to answer the below questions and collect their ideas about what they think would make a great playspace to visit with friends and family.

We ask that you fill in one survey per child.

There is also a spot for the adults to contribute your ideas.

Why a Nature Playspace?

Nature playspaces provide children with more opportunities to learn and develop than typical pre-formed playgrounds. They instill a sense of wonder, generate curiosity and spark children’s imaginations.

Contact with nature has been associated with a number of health benefits for children; such as improved cognitive function, increased creativity, improved interaction with adults, reduced attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms and reduced rates of aggression (www.natureplaysa.org.au).


Community Engagement Event

Drop-in and see us between 10am to 1pm, Sunday 9 July 2017 at Angus Neill Reserve.

We’ll be running a range of fun design activities for the kids as well as collecting feedback from adults and parents.

We invite you to help in designing a new nature playspace at Angus Neill Reserve!

We're looking for children and young people to tell us all about what makes a great space to play.

Please work with your children or grandchildren to answer the below questions and collect their ideas about what they think would make a great playspace to visit with friends and family.

We ask that you fill in one survey per child.

There is also a spot for the adults to contribute your ideas.

Why a Nature Playspace?

Nature playspaces provide children with more opportunities to learn and develop than typical pre-formed playgrounds. They instill a sense of wonder, generate curiosity and spark children’s imaginations.

Contact with nature has been associated with a number of health benefits for children; such as improved cognitive function, increased creativity, improved interaction with adults, reduced attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms and reduced rates of aggression (www.natureplaysa.org.au).


Community Engagement Event

Drop-in and see us between 10am to 1pm, Sunday 9 July 2017 at Angus Neill Reserve.

We’ll be running a range of fun design activities for the kids as well as collecting feedback from adults and parents.