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The creative minds run wild - It's book week!

by Shea Hatch

To celebrate book week and imaginative play, Nature Play WA has done a book and play pairing guide for your family to try! Read more…

Play And The City

by Shea Hatch

Check out some of the amazing public art around Perth. A great informal and easily accessible introduction to art for children. Wolf Lane is a great place to start! Read more…

Ochre Trail – Dryandra Woodlands

by John Clifton

Families from The West Australian Family Bushwalkers Club spent the June long weekend away from the city at the Dryandra Woodlands, a very special place right on Perth’s doorstep. Read more…

Nature play seed planted in Bridgetown

by Nicole Bailey

Recently we took our pre-primary class, from Bridgetown Primary School, for a hike along the Bibbulmun Track. On route we stopped off at Donnelly River where the children got to interact with … Read more…

Creating kid led play spaces from junk

by Sarah Boyd

If you think you can't do adventure play with your kids, think again. They don't even have to leave your yard, you don't need to spend a cent, and you might even see what you thought was just junk in a whole new new light! Read more…

Surf's Up!

by Sonia Hills

What do you get when you mix a bunch of excited kids, neoprene, sea, salt and sand? A fantastic morning out! Read more…

Three Must-Do Walk Trails For Families With Young Children

by John Clifton

With the hot summers a thing of the past for a while and Autumn and Winter cooler days arriving, there is a great opportunity to get out and explore parts of Perth natural environment as a family or in family groups. There are many easy walking trails suited to families with young children as well as longer trails for older kids. I have few favourites that the Family Bushwalking Club of WA regularly do and thought I could share a few that would be great to try in the April School Holidays. Read more…

Faerie Houses

by key2creative user

We are very fortunate to live close to a walking trail in the bush, so on those mornings when the kids are up way too early for my liking we go out walking! I find that when Miss 5 and Mr's 3 &… Read more…

Tree Climbing Treasures

by Natasha Madams

They are like magnets to kids - a great climbing tree can provide endless fun for kids and in WA, we are very fortunate to have the classic Moreton Bay Fig trees on hand at spectacular locations for our kids climbing pleasure... Read more…

Monkey Mia fun!

by ceri foster

Monkey Mia is very much a nature wonderland with dolphins, pelicans, stingrays and turtles to name a few being very easy to see from the beach making it great for kids. Read more…

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