Pop Up Play


To encourage outdoor play and help local children connect, we will be trialling Pop Up Play equipment in open spaces across Vincent.

Outdoor play is important for children to learn and connect and we want to provide the support and infrastructure for children to enjoy the outdoors and have some fun.

A lack of outdoor play equipment, particularly for older children, was identified as a gap in our recently completed Public Open Space Strategy. The independent audit of the City of Vincent’s public space found a distinct lack of play equipment for older children and teenagers. The majority of play infrastructure is focused towards toddlers and young children.

Outdoor play equipment has also been a frequent theme put forward by the Vincent community in recent years. It came up during the Imagine Vincent engagement campaign 2017 and through our consultation to develop the Public Open Space Strategy in 2018. We’ve also received four community budget submissions requesting investment in a pump track or bike trail over the past two years.


To bring some of these ideas to life and inspire children and young people to use our open spaces more imaginatively, we will be trialling Pop Up Play equipment across Vincent.

You may have noticed some Pop Up Play equipment in your local area already - such as our trial at Woodville Reserve. This is simply an example of what Pop Up Play could look like and we are hoping it will spark some ideas from the community. At the moment we are trialling low cost options to beautify and build informal and creative play spaces prior to permanent structures being designed.


Share your thoughts

If you have any ideas for the kinds of Pop Up Play equipment you would like to see in Vincent, let us know via the feedback form here. You can also use the mapping tool to suggest locations for Pop Up Play.

Or call us 92376000 or email mail@vincent.wa.gov.au



To encourage outdoor play and help local children connect, we will be trialling Pop Up Play equipment in open spaces across Vincent.

Outdoor play is important for children to learn and connect and we want to provide the support and infrastructure for children to enjoy the outdoors and have some fun.

A lack of outdoor play equipment, particularly for older children, was identified as a gap in our recently completed Public Open Space Strategy. The independent audit of the City of Vincent’s public space found a distinct lack of play equipment for older children and teenagers. The majority of play infrastructure is focused towards toddlers and young children.

Outdoor play equipment has also been a frequent theme put forward by the Vincent community in recent years. It came up during the Imagine Vincent engagement campaign 2017 and through our consultation to develop the Public Open Space Strategy in 2018. We’ve also received four community budget submissions requesting investment in a pump track or bike trail over the past two years.


To bring some of these ideas to life and inspire children and young people to use our open spaces more imaginatively, we will be trialling Pop Up Play equipment across Vincent.

You may have noticed some Pop Up Play equipment in your local area already - such as our trial at Woodville Reserve. This is simply an example of what Pop Up Play could look like and we are hoping it will spark some ideas from the community. At the moment we are trialling low cost options to beautify and build informal and creative play spaces prior to permanent structures being designed.


Share your thoughts

If you have any ideas for the kinds of Pop Up Play equipment you would like to see in Vincent, let us know via the feedback form here. You can also use the mapping tool to suggest locations for Pop Up Play.

Or call us 92376000 or email mail@vincent.wa.gov.au


Pop Up Play Locations

5 months

If you would like to see Pop Up Play equipment trialled in a particular area within the City of Vincent, let us know on the map.

If you would like to see Pop Up Play equipment trialled in a particular area within the City of Vincent, let us know on the map.