Established to increase the time Western Australian children spend in unstructured play outdoors and in nature.
Unstructured play outdoors (nature play) is fundamental to a full and healthy childhood. Nature play is, of itself, an intrinsic good and from it flow benefits in health, cognitive, social and emotional development and in the building of resilience and creativity. Experience in nature as a child also leads to environmental stewardship later in life.
Works with partner groups to encourage the WA community to value nature play and families to prioritise it in children’s lives. The organisation’s primary role is to spread the nature play message and to work to increase access to nature play resources, events and programs.