Boundless—The Centenary of Canberra National Playground is Canberra’s first all abilities playground, located on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin at Kings Park.
The playground caters to different levels of ability and was initiated as a project to celebrate Canberra’s centenary. It is a place where children, young people and their families can play, socialise, explore, challenge physical limits and make new friends. Boundless is a free, state-of-the-art play space that is fun and inclusive of all children of all ages and abilities.
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Activity links and laughter
Children of all abilities, their parents, grandparents and carers are invited join in the fun activity sessions on the first Friday and the third Sunday of every month at the Boundless Playground, located in Kings Park near the Carillion. See more about the program...
It’s great to see so many families enjoying Boundless in Kings Park. The park has limited on-site parking, but additional parking spaces are available across Parkes Way with pedestrian access via the intersection and connecting path.
The Boundless Buddies program will return to its home from Monday
8 January. This program, run by Marymead Child & Family Centre runs every Monday from 10am to 11:30am, including Public Holidays.
free venue with facilities
open every day 8am–8pm
ABN: 30 711 956177
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