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Vera’s Water Garden has re-opened

July 20, 2018
A sculpture of a green-faced man with blue glasses and a red nose spouts water from spiky hair atVera's Water Garden.

You know how you feel when you see a daybed, cocktail and sparkling pool – that’s how your kids feel when they see Vera’s Water Garden. The quirky colourful statues, the spurting fountains and the other children (potential besties for the morning) running, jumping, skipping and laughing in the water. It’s a child’s ultimate water paradise.

The fountain re-opened in July 2018 with a brand new coat of paint, new soft-fall ground surface, new coloured lighting, and with fountains that now have the ability to spout in different patterns. (Please note these photos are from before the re-opening).

Vera’s Water Garden – a fun toddler water fountain at The Entrance

A sculptural sea horse sprays water at children at a Vera's Water Garden.

Escape the heat with a splash and play at at Vera’s Water Garden in The Entrance.

Your kids will love it here. Toddlers and preschoolers will be in their element, but even older children who you think may have outgrown it seem to find their inner child when faced with such fun.

Location: Next to Memorial Park on The Entrance Foreshore.

Kids splashing in the water amongst the colourful sculptures of Vera's Water Garden in The Entrance.

Escape the heat at Vera’s Water Garden, The Entrance | Playing in Puddles


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