New all-abilities playground opening soon

Published 5:00am 24 June 2024

New all-abilities playground opening soon
Words by Jodie Powell

A new all-abilities playground will open at Burpengary East next month - with a special guest joining the celebrations.

Kinship Park, set in the North Harbour development, is a state-of-the-art facility aimed at providing inclusive and accessible play opportunities for everyone in the community.

A North Harbour spokeswoman says the park features specially designed equipment and spaces that ensure all children, regardless of ability, can play together in a safe and welcoming environment.

Special guest

New all-abilities playground opening soon

To celebrate the new park, North Harbour will host an official opening on Saturday, July 27, featuring Dolphins NRL Coach Wayne Bennett as a special guest.

There will also be a variety of free inclusive games and activities for all ages and abilities, as well as free food provided by North Harbour.

“This event is a testament to North Harbour's commitment to creating spaces where everyone can live, work, and play together,” the spokeswoman says.

North Harbour is a master-planned community in Burpengary East spanning 785ha.

It includes residential villages, a business park, community spaces and recreational facilities.

The opening event in Fraser Dve on July 27 runs from 1-4pm. There is ample on-site parking, including dedicated spaces for visitors with disabilities.

Find out more here.

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