Learn more about Edgebrook's future Central Park, designed for children of all abilities. With a combination of fun play elements as
well as barbecue and toilet facilities, families can enjoy a great day out!
Stockland’s future Central Park at Edgebrook is unique, as it has been designed for children of all abilities, specifically catering towards children on the Autism Spectrum. From barbecue pavilions to themed zones, the park has been carefully crafted as an inclusive play space for everyone to enjoy.
Research through external ASD consultants* suggests that those on the spectrum find calmness in facts and following a storyline which is why we’ve separated the park into particular zones, each with its own unique narrative for children to follow. These areas include the aquatic, amphibian, lettuce farm and birds in flight zones.
*Working alongside Katie Greig Consultancy (ASD Consultant and Behavioural Therapist), Edgebrook’s Central Park design was carefully crafted.
Children of all ages and abilities are welcome to Edgebrook's Central Park when it opens for play in 2020. Experience our four zones and navigate through a central path system. Feeling unsure? Each apparatus has signage explaining what is involved to ensure there's never any doubt! Plus, spread across the park you'll find quiet spaces (called 'refuge pods') where children are able to relax before returning to the play area.