Play never stops
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Climbing equipment for moovers

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Welcome to the perfect destination to discover beautifully constructed timber climbing triangles & play equipment for gross motor development. 

 
100% Australian made with the finest natural timber, using premium plywood and native timbers. 

Looking for beautiful toys for babies and toddlers? Our range is something special (if we do say so ourselves). Designed to get your little one moving and exploring and entirely crafted from natural, sustainable materials, our timber play equipment will keep your kids busy and happy without making your home look like a playcentre! We’re proud to say that all of our equipment, furniture and toys for babies and toddlers are locally in Australia made and of the highest quality. Our business is family-owned and run and 100% Australian, and all products are super easy to assemble at home.

Looking for timber furniture for your children’s room? Check out our bookcases, stools and weaning chairs.

After simple, natural toys to help develop your child? Browse through our Pikler toys for babies and toddlers – and be sure to check out our loose parts play options too!

We look forward to helping you to encourage your little explorer to spread their wings and MOOV!

Meet our newest baby The Storyteller, our Waldorf inspired Playstand.

Super Shape Sorter Collection
Super Shape Sorter Collection
From $625.00
Play All Day Collection
Play All Day Collection
From $550.00
Shape Sorter Collection
Shape Sorter Collection
From $490.00
Wild Things collection
Wild Things collection
From $520.00
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