The Supernova (illustrated above) is situated in the Central Urban South ‘teenage’ park outside of Tesco’s.
It is designed to encourage children to use their strength and hold their balance. It can be used by a single child, but with a whole group of friends, it expresses its real potential. The large, slanting ring is set in motion by the children; turning, spinning, balancing or just enjoying the ride that are among the countless play options.
The Sputnik situated in the Central Urban North ‘toddler’ park outside of Tesco’s.
It is great for young imaginations! Toddlers can pretend they’re travelling in space as they grip the static centre wheel and turn the outer frame. The 5 degree angle around which the centre core is mounted helps keep the Sputnik Roundabout turning.
The Matrix, situated in the Central Urban South park while The Netscape, situated in the Crescent of Trees Eastern play area. The Matrix and Netscape agility systems are included in playgrounds around the country. We are fortunate to have one of each. They are designed as the ultimate climbing experience for daring children, teenagers and adults alike. Towering above the play surface, this product is particularly physically challenging, fantastic to look at and awe-inspiring to climb, sit in, scramble over or even bounce upon. The structures provide physical and mental challenges for everyone.