Kidsafe House and Playground
Kidsafe House presents ideas on how to make a home environment a safer place for kids. Information and displays highlight potential hazards throughout the home demonstrating ways to minimise those hazards.
Kidsafe provides information to help make informed choices about safety for a range of settings, including the home and children’s services (such as family day care).
The information and displays at the house will interest those who care about the safety of children. For public and professionals alike, there is something to interest everyone! We invite parents-to-be, parents, carers, grandparents, students, educators and health professionals to tour the house.
The Kidsafe Playground displays a variety of playground surfacing eg, organic mulch and synthetic products; as well as exploratory play areas including a dry creek bed and sandpit; and examples of active and quiet play areas. A timber platform, fixed equipment and cubby area is also provided with suitable options for plants and shade structures.
Click here to view the renovated playground and plan of the playground.
Self-Guided tours are available for individuals or small groups to wander through Kidsafe House and Playground at their leisure. Information tour sheets are provided to assist visitors. A gold coin donation is requested for members of the general public. For family day care educators, a fee of $5 is charged. For this $5 fee you receive a copy of The Family Day Care Guidelines with a receipt. Please contact the office on 02 9845 0890 to make a booking. Kidsafe House is open from 9.30am-3.30pm Monday to Friday for tours.
Student Presentation and Guided Tour
Guided group tours can be organised for students or organisations for a small fee and are by appointment only. Please contact the office 02 9845 0890 for more information.
Where is Kidsafe located?
Kidsafe House and Playground is located on the grounds of the Children's Hospital at Westmead behind the multi-storey visitor's car park. Click here to download a map with directions to Kidsafe House from Westmead station.
There is currently changes to the multi-storey visitor's car park due to construction of the helipad. To view the flyer in relation to this, click here.
To take a tour of the Kidsafe WA Online Safety Demonstration House click here.
- Playground Renovation 2013
- Kidsafe House and Playground
- About Us
- The Team
- Kidsafe NSW Council
- Partners and Sponsors
- Linking to Kidsafe NSW
- 2016 Kidsafe National Playspace Design Awards
- Workshops and Presentations
- Information Sheets
- Safety Product Orders
- Publication Orders
- Downloadable Resources
- Growing Kids Active Kids