The Boundless National Children's Playground is a proposed playground, a gift from the community of public servants in the ACT and their associates to mark the Centenary of Canberra. Boundless National Children's Playground will aim to be Australia's premier playground in its location and design, in order to match the significance of the Centenary of Canberra.
Boundless Canberra will be the first all abilities playground for the ACT and surrounds. It is a playground where children, young people and adults can play, socialise, be challenged and have lots of fun. This will be a space where there are no barriers to play or inclusion. At a minimum, the playground caters for vision, hearing and mobility impairments, as well as spectrum disorders. It is truly an all abilities playground because it caters for the physical, social and emotional needs of all members of the community.
Given the significance of the Centenary of Canberra, Boundless National Children's Playground will include elements that allow artistic, environmental, social inclusion, cultural and historical expression. The commemorative intent of the Centenary of Canberra will be incorporated within the design of the playground.
The Boundless Canberra playground is proposed to be situated in the Canberra Central Parklands, next to the National Carillon on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin.