Interacting with natural environments through sensory, inclusive and imagination based play

Natural Play Structures

“The more risks you allow children to take, the better they learn to take care of themselves” ~Roald Dahl

The nature play movement has grown in recent years and many education facilities have taken bold moves to remove old playgrounds and replace them with natural play environments; playgrounds with mounds, sandpits, handpumps, watercourses, climbing structures, forts, music features, mud kitchens, digging patches, rocks and logs. All are now apart of the playgrounds we design and build, encouraging a place for children to play, investigate and learn.

We also pride ourselves in sourcing all materials locally, constructing our play spaces from materials such as; raw (treated) timbers, stones, rubble and much more.

The spaces we build are for our community and they remain at the front of our mind right through the design and build phases. 

Dirtwork Landscapes would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of Counrty, and recognise their relationship and connection with the land, waters and people. We respect and thank Aborigional and Torres Straight Islanders cultures; elders past and presnt for the land we work and live on.