The Elemental Garden
This natural playground features a slide landscaped into earth mounds, a tunnel to crawl through, a Charl Conradie wind sculpture and a swing bridge. The water is treated and safe to splash about in – perfect for hot summer days. Can you spot the frog hiding in the lily pads?
The Elemental Garden is open daily until sunset and entry is complimentary.
Let Them Run Wild
The garden is divided into quadrants representing the four elements: water, air, fire and earth. Intersecting all four is a spiralling waterway that symbolises the Fibonacci Sequence.
The garden was conceptualised by landscape architect Ed Brooks and local landscape architect Danielle Croly, using mostly indigenous plants.