Latest projects and news

  • Catherine McAuley OSHC

    Catherine McAuley OSHC

    Weathersafe provides adequate shade to Catherine McAuley School OSHC services.

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  • Hutchinson Park

    Hutchinson Park

    Our team completed the construction of a new shade structure for the Hutchinson Park Playground in Norwood.

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  • Woodcroft College ELC

    Woodcroft College ELC

    Weathersafe shade sail structure for Woodcroft College new early learning centre

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  • Hewett Primary School

    Hewett Primary School

    Our new 100% Australian Made Shade Structure for Hewett Primary School looks amazing in Bundena Blue!

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  • Stansbury Caravan Park

    Stansbury Caravan Park

    Playground is safer, cooler and more comfortable thanks to the installation of a large shade structure. Guests will enjoy a family-friendly stay at the SA Holiday Park.

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  • Aldinga Community Kindergarten

    Aldinga Community Kindergarten

    Fully compliant with DECD design standards, this framed shade structure reduce avoidable sun exposure for young children attending Aldinga Kindy.

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  • Meningie Area School

    Meningie Area School

    Our team designed and constructed a Pentagon Framed Shade Structure for Meningie Area School and was completed to coincide with the official opening of the new school buildings.

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  • Robertstown Oval

    Robertstown Oval

    The Regional Council of Goyder upgraded tired looking shades over the playground.

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  • Everard Park Playground, City of Unley

    Everard Park Playground, City of Unley

    We recently completed a playground upgrade for the City of Unley. We designed, engineered, supplied and installed this brand new shade sail structure for the council.

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  • Arno Bay Jumping Pillow

    Arno Bay Jumping Pillow

    The new jumping pillow and shade sail structure at Turnbull Park are now open! This great initiative was funded by The Cleve District Council and Arno Bay Progress Association.

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