From community splash pads and aquatic facilities, to largescale attractions and holiday parks—each of our projects has something unique to offer. Here are some of our favourites!
The Mill at Moreton Bay Parklands
The Mill at Moreton Bay Parklands
A stunning revitalization, families and children of all ages can now come to play at Moreton Bay Regional Council’s NEW regional park. This award winning space is a compliment to a growing area where people can live, work and raise their families!
This project showcases a stunning aquatic facility renovation—the multi-level Waterplay Activity Tower transforms an outdated aquatic space into an interactive adventurous design into an invigorating attraction for community members of all energy levels.
The NEW! Activity Tower brings a whole new personality to the new 21,000 square foot aquatics center on North Laburnum Avenue. The Grassland-themed Activity Tower by Waterplay provides children with easy-to-reach play elements that create limitless fun for all levels.
When it comes to spray decks and wading pools, Boston’s got some of the best around. And when it comes to keeping your kids cool (and happy) on a hot summer day, it doesn’t get easier than water play at a nearby splash park or pool.
Sand Point Park is one of Titusville's infamous community parks with the Astronaut Memorial located near the south entrance to the park. The splash pad is one you cannot miss and is located within the park away from cars so waterplayers are safe and secure to do nothing but immerse themselves in water play.
A streamlined collaborative planning and design process, utilizing Waterplay’s Interactive Concept Designer dramatically reduced the time, effort and costs associated with the completion of this outstanding, community pool renovation.
All aboard the H.M.S Waterplay for a high seas adventure at this indoor splash pad that features an eco-friendly solution for heated water and a high-action Activity Tower suitable for Waterplayers of all ages.
A custom baseball theme is found throughout this awe-inspiring 3,000 Sq.ft community splash pad which offers an economic alternative to the traditional pool structure and honours the heritage of Royal Giants Park.
This community splash pad creates a safe, inclusive aquatic play space for all ages and abilities in Chiguayante, Chile. Play features include tipping buckets, rain showers and ground sprays while fun colours create a cheerful community space.
Wine country meets splash pad at Discovery Parks Barossa Valley. This holiday park nestled among South Australia's premier vineyards introduces a unique aquatic play design that pairs local tourism with splashy fun.
Set sail on a magnificent pirate ship, navigate tidal waves from the Mega Soaker, or chill out under showering palm trees. This spray pad at the Wave House entertainment centre brings sand and surf to the big city.
Find your way through showering poppies, tall grasses, giant dew drops, and a shimmering stream full of fish at Prairie Winds Park. This nature-inspired aquatic play design creates an attractive community space where families can gather, relax, and connect through play.
Vacationers get to escape on a swashbuckling adventure full of splashes at Camping Julianahoeve. With a unique nautical theme made bold with bright, vibrant colours, play features like the Mega Soaker, Whale Tail, and Calypso let waterplayers sail off into the high seas!
Make a splash with friendly sea creatures before taking the plunge at Wyndham Park paddling pool. A new marine-inspired play pad gives this formerly aging facility—originally built in 1923—a refreshing new look.
Water takes you on a journey through time at the Rotary Waterworks Playground in Diefenbaker Park. Inspired by the park’s heritage as a former gravel mining operation, this interactive waterscape brings history to life for a young generation of waterplayers.
At 900 m2, Splesj Water Park at Molecaten Park Bosbad Hoeven is the largest and most spectacular aquatic play pad in Western Europe. It boasts a collection of exciting nature-inspired products that are sure to ignite imaginations and bring waterplayers of all ages back to nature.
Ava's Splash Pad was created in memory of a girl named Ava Bright, and was the winner of the Make Way for Water Play Contest. This brightly-coloured aquatic play pad features all of the things Ava loved.
Marion Holiday Park is attracting holiday goers with this custom slide activity centre, featuring three waterslides, a Mega Soaker, tall spraying spirals and spinners, and interactive features for all ages.
In 2010, a new aquatic play area was constructed as a part of a major upgrade to the Birrong Aquatic Centre. The newly upgraded area features a zero-depth aquatic play pad that surrounds a wading pool.
The slide at Belton was part of a $1.7 million renovation that took a dilapidated outdoor community pool from a neglected mainstay to a community water park, designed to appeal to all ages and abilities.
Magnolia Park was designed with water conservation and interactivity in mind. Excess water from the play pad’s drain is collected and gets diverted to the rain garden. The play pad is comprised of ground sprays with unpredictable spray patterns.
Audubon Cool Zoo is a fun and interactive water park inspired by the exciting animal world that surrounds it. Cool Zoo is one of New Orleans’ coolest ways to beat the southern heat during the long summer months.
In the heart of downtown Winnipeg, Central Park had gone from being a prominent, historical landmark, to a seedy, crime-filled area. The changes made through this revitalization have since transformed the area.