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Pour’n’Play Dolphin


Kids will have whale of a time playing with this friendly sea mammal. Jump on his back – he doesn’t mind. In fact, he wants you to ride him!

Take him for a swim through the waves, then dive deep into the ocean to meet his friends before returning for a bounce on his springy tail. Just remember to give his rubbery dorsal fin a high-five before you say good-bye.

Our Pour’n’Play Dolphin fits well into any water play area or beach themed playground, but can be installed anywhere. 


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Wanaka's Rotary Park

In 2021, Numat worked with the Queenstown Lakes District Council and playground design company, Creo, to upgrade Wanaka’s Rotary Park Playground. The surface design called for blues, greens, and greys to match the park’s surroundings.

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Kopupaka Reserve Playground

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Kopupaka Reserve playground in Westgate, Auckland was the 2021, New Zealand Parks Awards, Playground of the Year. The playground ‘wowed’ judges with its mission to prevent emissions and support local climate change, as well as its vibrant colour and edible plantings.

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Blomfield Special School

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Pinehurst School

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Pinehurst School were struggling with their grass surfaces getting muddy and, as a consequence, had to fence off areas during winter.

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Waterview Reserve Playground

Waterview, Auckland

In the SuperCity of Auckland it should come as no surprise that the suburb of Waterview is now home to what can only be described as a SuperPlayground.

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