Tidlangga Playspace and Pocket Orchard Tour
Join Janelle Arbon, the City of Adelaide designer involved in bringing this unique playspace project to life through community engagement and creative design. The benefits of play and nature are critical to a community’s wellbeing, health and overall development of young and old and will continue to shape our future cities. Bring your kids along to play and engage with the community-instigated pocket orchard, an exploratory path through existing native vegetation and nature play features including dry creek inspired swales, sandpits and climbing rocks.
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