Creating magic for schools

We’ll work with you to turn your playground design into a fun-filled and educational reality.

Enhancing movement, developing co-ordination, testing strength and flexibility – our playground
creations cater for all ages, abilities and imaginations.

Our school playgrounds start from junior through to senior. As an extension of our senior playgrounds, we can also custom design senior circuit challenge courses or free-standing stations to further challenge children’s physical abilities.

Check out some of our 3D playground creations below.

School playground projects

Spotlight on St Albans School playground

Vision: The foundation of the design was to develop a cultural narrative ensuring the aspirations of Mana Whenua were interwoven throughout and reflected in the playground.

Result: St Albans School recently celebrated the opening of their amazing new playground - Te Arawai. In conjunction with Ngāi Tūāhuriri. 

We were excited and proud to be part of the team who have created an amazing play space. Playground Creations supplied and installed the Whare tower module - stainless steel slide, wobbly log bridge, climbing walls, dangling pommels and shade sails. Stilts, turn bars, wavy bars and hoops were also installed by our team.

It was a great team effort by everyone, including Park Central, Steve Bailey Project Manager, Trademark Paving and Playtop NZ.

Te Totara students are loving their new playground! 

Our children say... "It's challenging, it's different and more fun than the other playgrounds."
"I like that it's more of an obstacle course than a playground, it's exciting, unique and colourful." 


Download our Schools | Kura brochure

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"Naturally for schools quality and price is important, Playground Creations has delivered both!
The team has created a stunning playground, on time and on budget. We’re looking forward to working with them to design our next one."