Kershaw Gardens Australia

Rockhampton Regional Council has rewritten the rules of regional placemaking and community spaces with the completion of the world's first Super Sphere in the recently reopened Kershaw Gardens in Rockhampton.



The Super Sphere has now been renamed 'Wyatt's Wonder Web' after former Curator, Parks Director and Councillor Tom Wyatt. The spectacular nine-metre structure features five coulourful levels, four slides of different lengths, and a variety of ground level and elevated play value.

Rockhampton Region Deputy Mayor Cherie Rutherford said at the reopening of Kershaw Gardens in mid-2018 that Wyatt's Wonder Web was already generating plenty of excitement around town.

"We are thrilled to have worked with Urban Play and KOMPAN to build this incredible piece of play equipment, which will certainly put Kershaw gardens on the map as one of the greatest recreational spaces for kids in Queensland," she said.

"The Wonder Web is a centrepiece of our world-class redevelopment, and whether it's people travelling through Rockhampton or for the families that live here, it will leave a lasting impression for generations to come."

The Kershaw Gardens redevelopment was jointly funded by Rockhampton Regional Council in partnership with both the State and Federal Governments. This project was created and delivered in conjunction with Queensland local partners, Urban Play.

Kershaw Gardens Australia

Queensland, Rockhampton 4700, Australia