We are making playspaces in NSW more inclusive. Through Everyone Can Play, we are helping designers and councils create playspaces that are more inclusive of everyone in the community.
The Everyone Can Play program has funded 141 inclusive playspaces since it commenced in 2018, delivering on its $20 million commitment to creating inclusive playspaces across NSW.
In addition, the Everyone Can Play program is delivering on the Premier's Priorities of quality green, open and public space within 10 minutes walk of urban areas and increase canopy cover across Greater Sydney.
Read the new chapters
Nature Play explores the way people engage with the natural environment. This chapter provides useful tips and advice to help you create nature playspaces in your community.
Place and Play incorporates local knowledge, materials, artists, plants, climates, cultures and stories into playspaces. This chapter provides useful tips and advice to help you connect with the unique characteristics of spaces in your area.
Water Play encourages innovative solutions to include water as part of your play environment. This chapter provides useful tips and advice to help you create water playspaces in community.
- Everyone Can Play – A guideline to create inclusive playspaces (PDF, 7.9 MB)
- Everyone Can Play – Consultation Report (PDF, 804 KB)
- Everyone Can Play – Nature Play – A How-to Guide (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- Everyone Can Play – Place and Play guideline (PDF, 2.5 MB)
- Everyone Can Play – Water Play – A How-to Guide (PDF, 2.6 MB)
The Everyone Can Play website provides resources including toolkits, news articles, case studies and examples to assist in the planning, creation and delivery of inclusive playspaces.