The perfect play space...

...is the one you can design and build yourself! 

A play space is an open space that is led, designed and built by children and supervised by experienced playworkers.

> It is built and re-built by children during their self-directed play.

> It often includes a variety of loose parts without a pre-defined use.

> It is a space that promotes inclusivity - play is for everyone!

To advocate for, facilitate, and resource a child's right to play. On their terms. In their way.

With playwork comes the responsibility to advocate for and promote a child's right to play.

In addition to our combined 20+ years of educational and arts experience, we are currently undertaking the Playworker Development Course, an internationally recognised course developed and facilitated by Suzanna Law and Morgan Leichter-Saxby.

We are members of Play Australia, an associated body of like-minded play advocates and supporters committed to promoting the value of play for all Australian families.

Our playwork is framed by the Play Australia Play Charter, supported by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (and Article 31).

Want to know more about playwork in Australia?

 

How it works...

We provide a quote based on the location, size, and number of children and families participating in your event.

You tell us where, when and what (and why if it's themed!), and we'll tailor a play space that responds to your needs and your participants.

If you're a community organisation, we can discuss payment options that specifically suit your set up and clientele.
 

Rates...

Rates begin from $350 and includes materials, playworker, consulting and set up.

Contact us to request a quote for your own play space.

 

What's your play space experience?

Kindling Creative provided a space at our school event for children of all ages to create and build freely. We loved how the space was perfectly setup for the kids to design and be makers! Kindling Creative’s influence also sparked our community school to examine new ways to continue to let children play and explore. We were delighted to have the play space available.
— Morgan Penn, WLPS Spring Show Coordinator
 
Discover possibilities.

"In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery, are directly proportionate to the number and kind of variables."

— Simon Nicholson, Architect. 1977

Support the right to play.

“There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.”

— Nelson Mandela.

Change your perspective.

“Adults are obsolete children.”

— Dr Seuss.