Sunday, February 20, 2011

seville water play makes a splash

It was terrific to see community come out to celebrate the opening of the Shire's Seville Water Play Park today.

People from near and far came so children could play in the water park, the only one of its kind in the outer east.

The park has been designed with families and children in mind. There's a magic button which triggers 15 random jet produced water eruptions. Children were delighted by the water fountains as well as the Archimedes Screw which gives children the opportunity to speed up or slow down the water going through the canal.

A rockery at the end of the watercourse proved to be a favourite for kids on a dinosaur hunt and the echo pipes were a resounding success.

It's a wonderful facility, well worth a visit if you're looking for something different to take the kids to on a warm day to cool down. The Seville Water Play Park is located on the corner of the Warburton Highway and the Seville-Monbulk Road, Seville.

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