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Queenstown Gardens Playground

Queenstown, Central Otago
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Numat worked alongside Reset Urban Design and JFC Construction to deliver Queenstown’s first destination playground. The playground is located near the shoreline of Lake Wakatipu in the beautiful Queenstown Gardens – a high-profile central location.

The colours used for the playground surface were chosen to fit the ‘green trees and autumn colours’ theme. The orange, green, and yellow colour mixes used for the surfacing complement perfectly the natural park surroundings of the gardens.

Due to the popularity of Queenstown as a tourist destination, the playground is one of New Zealand’s busiest. Pour’n’Play is New Zealand’s most durable playground surface and is more than up to the task.

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