Read stories about how inclusive playspaces are being built around NSW and the people involved.

Can I Play?

Lendlease, in partnership with the Touched By Olivia Foundation (TBO) and Penrith City Council, has delivered an inclusive playspace within the Jordan Springs masterplanned community.

Children playing on a see-saw in a playspace
Can I Play?

As you enter the gates of the Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden in Sydney’s Centennial Park your senses are slowly awakened to the colours, smells and textures of the diversity of its many plant species.

Boy walking in sensory garden

Local resident, Leila Bright, was struggling to find a playspace that would accommodate the needs of both of her young daughters. Her eldest, Mia, was born with a limb difference that meant she relied on a prosthetic leg to navigate the world. 

Two girls standing near playspace artwork


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