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Hello and welcome to our first newsletter for this decade! 2020 is poised to be 
another exciting year for Playscape Creations, and we cannot wait to deliver 
countless adventure and aquatics community assets that improve the 
lives of children, families and communities. 

Our team has hit the ground running with several projects under construction; John French Memorial Park, Bowman Park and Carvers Reach to name just a few!

We are also excited to announce that we will be working in collaboration with JMac Constructions to deliver two extraordinary play spaces as part of the 'The Mill' project located at Petrie, QLD for Moreton Bay Regional Council. As part of the redevelopment, we will be delivering a bespoke adventure playground which will be filled with lots of fun and exploration as well an aquatics splash park. Both projects pay homage to the history of the Paper Mill and bring to life key historical details of the region through innovative custom designs.
Petrie Mill Adventure Playground
Petrie Mill Water Park


Construction Manager

Kres Bek Playscape Creations

Kres is our dedicated Construction Manager with over 15 years of operational and supervisory experience. His project experiences extend from delivering residential projects right through to delivering multi-million dollar high-rise and defence projects. 

Since joining Playscape Creations Kres has shown exceptional leadership and dedication and ensures that all project team members are focussed on maintaining safety, program, budget and compliance at all times. For more information about Kres's experiences, click here.


Flagstone Water Park


2019 was filled with a buzz of excitement for our team and project clients Urbis, PEET Limited and Logan City Council with the construction of Flagstone Water Park. Inspired by magical treehouses from our childhood, the design team collaborated over more than 400 design hours to create an innovative 'Raintree' concept. 

The scale of this space must be experienced to be appreciated; the central raintree stands at over 10m high and reaches 10m wide; fitted with two intense discharge buckets, a rainfall curtain surrounding the canopy and water cannons to encourage multi-level play. A further two raintrees decorate the site, providing quieter opportunities for younger children with cherry inspired tipping buckets and over 20 ground sprays. 
Flagstone Water Play
Flagstone Project
Flagstone Discharge Bucket

Opened in December 2019, the Flagstone Water Park is a ground-breaking feature for the Flagstone development. This pivotal project not only highlights the unbound abilities of Playscape Creations' design team but also showcases our deep understanding of the fundamental logistics of water management, playground and aquatic safety standards and our in-house ability to bring unique design ideas to life through engineering and construction. To find out more about this project click here

  • 400 engineering man-hours
  • 200m3 of bulk earthworks 
  • 98 screw piers to underpin the structural slab
  • 148m3 of concrete to form the waterplay slab
  • 11m3 of concrete to form the central raintree column
  • 360 hexagon facade plates create the roof structure
  • 900+ bolts connect the raintree roof section and hexagonal facade plates
  • 1,870 litres of water per minute flow through the water park
  • 100,000 litres of water per hour are processed by the water filtration system


UQ Educational and Sensory Playground

UQ Playground

In November 2019, The University of Queensland (UQ) opened a state of the art, all abilities playground as part of a strategy to create a recreational hub that would bring together the wider community.

Playscape Creations were engaged to collaborate with UQ and various professional and community groups to create a space that would engage and amaze its visitors. This educational playground is filled with nature-based play, fun and exploration and caters for all-abilities and ages. Click here to read more. 

UQ Quote - Greg Pringle


Bush Fire Relief 


It has been a difficult start to the year for many Australians as bushfires have swept through our communities. Our thoughts go out to all the people and wildlife that have been affected, as well as the first responders and volunteers that have been on the frontline.

As fellow Queenslanders return to bushfire-affected homes and contemplate rebuilding, you can make their job easier by joining the QBCC’s Bushfire Rebuild Register

You can add your business details to the online register, where homeowners can search for suitably-qualified and licensed contractors to assist them during this trying time.

For helpful information on disaster recovery, see the QBCC’s fact sheets and publications to help you rebuild

During this tough time, both our local and global communities are looking for ways to help. Together, we can unify to help those in need. If you would like to help those impacted by the  Australian bushfires, please consider donating to the Australian Red Cross’ Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund.
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