24 June 2016 3 min read

Elara and the Touched by Olivia foundation have announced a new playground designed to be accessible to all kids.

'Livvi's Place' will be a new and innovative playground at Elara in Mardsen Park NSW. It will be a key part of making Stockland communities even more kid-friendly.

The Elara playground, as well as the others around Australia, are created in partnership the Touched By Olivia foundation. With plans for a water play zone, flying foxes, swings, a sand pit and musical contraptions, it will have plenty of gadgets to keep the little ones busy. However, thanks to some clever design, it will provide space for children with physical disabilities as well as vision, hearing and mobility impairments and autism spectrum disorders to have fun with their friends.

Touched by Olivia Foundation Executive Officer, Bec Ho, said the playground would bring smiles to the faces of everyone who uses it.

"Livvi's Place playgrounds are a place where no-one feels left out. They bring all children together, no matter what age or ability."

Gavin Tonnet, GM Residential NSW, said, "Livvi's Place at Elara will help children of all abilities play together and lead more active, happier lifestyles. This playground will be a wonderful addition to Sydney's north-west. It is a playground for everyone, not just those who are making their home at Elara"

The announced playground continues Stockland's commitment to 'liveability' – creating communities where everyone can be included and live the lives they want, while being happy and healthy.

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