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Hughes Park, Lane Cove, NSW
Hughes Park at Lane Cove in Australia provides a variety of innovative play equipment for children of all ages and the young at heart.
Designed by Lane Cove Council’s landscape architects in collaboration with our Australian subsidiary Proludic PTY Ltd, the park also includes a braille walk, fitness equipment and a community garden.
A feature of the playground is Proludic’s award-winning Grafic Games play equipment including custom-designed panels that provide a safety barrier to the concrete climbing wall. Graphics painted onto the climbing wall link with the graphics on the Proludic panels.
Site: 314 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW
Client: Lane Cove Council
Age Range: from 1 year
Date Opened: December 12th, 2015
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