Canberra’s first all abilities playground, Boundless – The Centenary of Canberra National Playground, is located on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin at Kings Park.
The playground caters to different levels of ability and was initiated as a project to celebrate Canberra’s centenary. It is a place where children, young people and their families can play, socialise, be challenged and have lots of fun. Childhood is a time to explore, to dream of possibilities, to challenge physical limits, and to make new friends. Boundless is a free, state-of-the-art play space that is fun and inclusive of all children of all ages and abilities.
Boundless is a fully enclosed playground featuring on site amenities and barbecues.
Please note the playground is not a training area.
Please ensure physical distancing is maintained wherever practicable.
Boundless Buddies Program every Monday 10.00 am - 11.30 am
Children of all abilities are invited to join Marymead and ACT Playgroups at the Boundless Playground for Boundless Buddies Playgroup, every Monday from 10:00 am to 11:30 am, including school holidays. Boundless Buddies provides supported playgroup activities for children of all abilities, their parents and carers.
Marymead staff are available to provide information and referral options for parents and carers. In addition, a calendar of visiting professionals provides the opportunity for informal discussion around child development. Parking (including disabled access parking) is available in Kings Park near the Boundless Playground, as well as across Parkes Way at Russell. No bookings required and it's free. Bring a water bottle and weather-smart clothing.
Acknowledgement of Country
Our work is on the land of the Ngunnawal People, Ngunnawal Country. We pay our respects to their Elders – past, present and emerging.