Every Kid in a Park

a red and white sign with a skull and textPartnering with Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions to connect WA kids with our greatest asset - our amazing outdoors!

Every Kid in a Park is a project to support families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying the outdoors (like local parks, nature reserves, beaches, and national parks) around Western Australia. 

Nature Play WA would like to thank our partner on this project, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions who are helping us to connect WA kids to our greatest asset, our amazing outdoors.  

For a more accessible experience of our website, you'll notice our Accessibility Tool on the lower right of your screen.  Click on the button to access the user-triggered customisations.

Statement of Language

Nature Play WA supports the Social Model of Disability. We are proud to work with families and industry professionals within the disability community, who continue to assist us in our approach to access and inclusion.  

For more information about the Social Model of Disability, visit People With Disability Australia.

Listen to an audio recording explaining the Every Kid in a Park project below.

Park of the Month

Every Kid in a Park is a project to support families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying the outdoors (like local parks, nature reserves, beaches and national parks) around Western Australia.  

Join us online each month as we share information, photos and resources of WA’s beautiful national parks through our Park of the Month initiative, providing families with the opportunity to explore our unique natural assets in Western Australia.  

For general park resources, check out the Family Resources section below.  

Every Kid in a Park app

The Every Kid in a Park app provides resources and support to families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying outdoor areas around Western Australia.

App content is designed in an accessible format using audio recordings and image descriptions.

Key elements of accessibility are incorporated through inclusive virtual tours, audio guides and interactive maps highlighting the points of interest within each park.

Download the free Every Kid in a Park app

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Family Resources

Nature Play WA will be creating fun and interactive nature play activities for families to experience and enjoy our unique natural assets in Western Australia.  

These resources will be designed in an accessible format and can be used by families in the great outdoors including local parks, nature reserves, beaches and national parks.  

Activity Sheet: What’s That Scent?

In this activity, you are going to be sniffing a secret natural item and trying to match it by going on a scent hunt. This document is available to download here. Download your copy

Activity Sheet: Make a Moustache

In this activity you will become a distinguished gentleperson, sprouting your very own moustache! This document is available to download here. Download your copy

Acknowledgements

Nature Play WA would like to thank our partner on this project, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions who are helping us to connect WA kids to our greatest asset, our amazing outdoors.