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Pour’n’Play Tuatara


Our Pour‘n’Play Tuatara has its own unique set of play features to encourage balancing, jumping, bouncing, climbing, and imaginative play. Balance along his tail, climb up his back, and bounce on his head – he won’t mind. He’s a friendly Tuatara.

Made from our Pour‘n’Play rubber surfacing our Tuatara is the perfect mascot to add to your playground. He works great in any natural park space or playground but can be installed in any environment.


Recycled Rubber

Safety Certified


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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Further case studies

Kopupaka Reserve Playground

Auckland, Westgate

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

Whangārei, Northland

Blomfield Special School identified Numat Pour’n’Play as an ideal surfacing option to help transform their playground into something truly unique. The school created a fantastic design that included roads, paths, balance balls, mounds, numbers, shapes and colours, all working together to stimulate and engage students during their play time.

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Bonair Reserve Playground

Silverdale, Auckland

With the great community being created at Bonair Reserve in Auckland, Numat had the opportunity to work on the exciting new playground for the space with our Pour’n’play product.

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Community Kids Clendon

Clendon, Auckland

For Community Kids Clendon it was important to create an open and inviting outdoor space that could be used for various play and learning activities.

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