I have to agree witih an earlier review by Andy W - "Corporate-controlled nature" is a very apt descriptor. On a rainy afternoon I took my 4 1/2 year old son and dog for a walk through Kings Park with the intent of going to Naturescape. On arrival we were bailed up by one of the 'custodians' pointing out our small dog on a lead could not enter the 'scape' nor my son's balance bike. Fair enough but then looking at the pamphlet they handed out, my son asked me to explain the litany of red forbidden signs on the document - no throwing rocks, no balls, no camping, no umbrellas, no chairs, no picnics, no immersion in water, no pets, no scooters, no bikes, no skateboatds, no playing without parental supervision..you get my drift. I understand the need for these prohibitions but at the same time it takes the egde of what is supposed to be a natural experience. Enjoying nature should be organic and just happen - not manufactured in a controlled setting. If this is the future for our children then I am very concerned. You are better off visiting one of our local national parks (e.g. John Forrest) and enjoy nature as it was intended.
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