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Discussions between CoA, State and Quentin discovered a need for more inclusive play spaces in Adelaide. After the unfortunate passing of Quentin, his friends and family continued discussing with CoA to develop a design of an inclusive play space in Rymill Park. This location worked well as the existing playground was due for renewal.

The space was designed with the ‘touched by Olivia – Not everyone can play on everything, but there is something for everyone’ guidelines as the core brief. The play space was open to the public late 2020 with a changing spaces compliant ambulant toilet commissioned in early Feb 2021. Quentin Kenihan Sculpture to be installed after the fringe festival moves out.

Project start:
January 2020
Expected completion:
December 2020
Current status:

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Lead Contractor: LCS
Rymill Park, Adelaide