Local play park helps young minds grow

There's a new play park that recently opened at the Workshop 17 at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.

The Play Date Super Park is an indoor, interactive adventure park which encourages children to learn while they play, explains founder Chanette Goosen.

The play park is designed using wood and other naturally sourced elements. It's also 100% locally manufactured.

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Some of the features allow children to test their physical and mental skills, Goosen advises. Parents are also encouraged to participate.

It's for children to learn while they play.

Chanette Goosen Founder, owner and designer at Play Date Super Park

Not only to keep them busy, but to develop them too.

Chanette Goosen Founder, owner and designer at Play Date Super Park

We're not just a play park where parents come in and kids play, we're so much more.

Chanette Goosen Founder, owner and designer at Play Date Super Park

We tackle all types of things, like fear of heights.

Chanette Goosen Founder, owner and designer at Play Date Super Park

Visit their website to learn more.

She explains the perks of the Play Date Super Park below:


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