Inspired by a woodland habitat, the SkyParc at Dawson Playground is a play spot which aims to blend in with natural environment. The timber playground provides kids with various elements to explore and have fun, while showcasing local fauna.
Eco-Jungle Adventure Playground
Th SkyParc @ Dawson Playground consists of play elements that cater to two age groups, 2 to 5 year olds and 6 to 12 year olds.
The younger age set can play make-believe at a little wooden playhouse.
There is a seesaw for two, and a spring rider for solo kids as well.
Older kids can climb up the wooden tower. There are three tiers of wooden platforms to conquer with cargo nets providing access upwards.
A set of rope bridges are linked to the wooden tower. Sections of the rope bridges were under maintenance when we visited.
A low hill slide offers gravity-powered fun too with another rope bridge nearby.
Local Animal Sculptures
A distinctive feature of the SkyParc @ Dawson Playground are the wooden sculptures of local Singapore wildlife, perched on posts around the space.
Look out for the Spotted Wood Owl, Oriental Pied Hornbill, Sunda Pangolin and Sunda Slow Loris around the woodland-themed playground.
Overall, the SkyParc @ Dawson Playground blends in with the rest of the estate which includes mature trees and has features to attract wildlife.
SkyParc @ Dawson Playground at the Roof Garden
The Eco-Jungle Adventure playground is not the only children’s playground at SkyParc at Dawson.
On the rooftop of the multi-storey car park, there are two other children’s playgrounds – one for toddlers and another for older kids.
These are separated by passageways with curtains of hanging roots.
Across the street at SkyTerrace @ Dawson, there is also another children’s playground, just beside Alexandra Canal Linear Park.
Across Dawson Road at Dawson Vista is the Alice in Wonderland playground too!