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Pour’n’Play® is New Zealand’s most technically advanced wet pour rubber safety surface.

With its unique formulation TPV rubber, it offers much better colour consistency throughout, and superior UV stability when compared to EPDM and colour coated SBR surfaces.

It is installed on-site in a two-part process by NumatREC certified installers. This ensures the required impact attenuation is achieved. Firstly, we install a base layer made from recycled tyres before overlaying a colourful TPV top surface.

Pour’n’Play® is available in a range of 21 colours offering endless possibilities for creative surface designs.


5-10 Year Warranty

Certified Installation

Recycled Rubber

Safety Certified

Colour options

With 21 colours and unlimited colour blends, Pour‘n’Play gives you the palette you need to create your perfect play surface. 

If you’d like to try out some colour blends, visit our fun Pour‘n’Play colour mixer.


1 Part RH30 Beige
1 Part RH50 Orange


1 Part RH23 Azure
1 Part RH26 Turquoise

Autumn Gold

1 Part RH02 Bright Red
1 Part RH32 Brown
1 Part RH40 Mustard


1 Part RH30 Beige
1 Part RH31 Cream

Bonfire Black

1 Part RH02 Bright Red
1 Part RH70 Black


1 Part RH02 Bright Red
1 Part RH26 Turquoise
1 Part RH90 Funky Pink


1 Part RH22 Light Blue
1 Part RH31 Cream

Celtic Blue

35% RH20 Standard Blue
65% RH22 Light Blue


Durable one-piece surface

Pour‘n’Play is ‘poured in place’ as one piece. It doesn’t have joins. That means it’s stronger than tile surfaces that can come apart at the joins. When compared to tile surfaces, Pour‘n’Play lasts longer and requires less maintenance.

High-strength top layer

Pour‘n’Play’s top layer is made of Rosehill TPV® rubber granules which are soft, flexible, and highly durable. Because it holds its flexibility, Pour‘n’Play’s top layer is safer for longer.

Cushioned shock pad

Pour‘n’Play’s rubber shock pad is specially calibrated to provide the correct amount of impact attenuation for your playground equipment. The higher the equipment (up to 3 metres) the thicker the shock pad layer, and the more cushioning provided.

Free draining surface

Pour‘n’Play is a porous surface which means water drains away easily to leave your surface dry and ready for use even while it rains. Making it the ideal surface for use in wet play areas. With Pour‘n’Play, you’ll be able to use the surface all year round.

UV resistant

Pour‘n’Play is made from Rosehill TPV®, a market leading rubber granule for playground surfaces. Rosehill TPV® is highly UV resistant and lasts longer than EPDM rubber playground surfaces.

Made from recycled tyres

Pour‘n’Play’s shock pad layer is made from recycled tyres. It’s a fantastic (and fun) use for a resource that would otherwise be incinerated. A square metre of Pour’n’Play reduces CO2 emissions by up to 63kgs.

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Further case studies

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Further case studies

Wanaka’s Rotary Park

Wanaka, Otago

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 parks surroundings.

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Further case studies

Whangarei Town Basin

Whangārei, Northland

The Whangarei District Council reopened the Town Basin playground in early 2021. The refurbished playground featured a colourful design incorporating a theme of time and tides.

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Further case studies

Margaret Mahy Family Playground

Christchurch, Canterbury

This is the story of how a city rises. Then slides down. Then has a bit of a swing and a run around…

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Further case studies

Remuera Primary School

Remuera, Auckland

Remuera Primary School has taken full advantage of the design capabilities of our Pour’n’Play rubber surfacing.

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