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The anticipated Lilydale Lake Play Space officially opened to the public on Tuesday 11 April, with many children on school holidays checking out the new facility. An inter-generational approach to designing this play space is one of the main features of the design, which Yarra Ranges Council hopes will set a precedent for further developments in the region. This method encourages children to join in play with other family members, such as parents or grandparents. Just some of the features include a giant basket swing, water play mushrooms, a platypus-shaped climbing frame and much more to explore. Pictures: YARRA RANGES COUNCIL

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