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All Things for Kids is passionate about supporting the community, their family and their carers. While we're not an approved NDIS provider, we are able to assist you with purchases through the NDIS. We specialise in providing quality, safe, and fun play equipment specifically designed for all children of all abilities.
Most of our products are suitable for kids with most abilities and have undergone rigorous testing to ensure they meet the highest standards of safety and durability for all Australian kids.
Our large range of NDIS play equipment makes us a favourite provider for clients and their plan managers. Whether your child needs play equipment for outdoor or indoor play, we are able to help and have a wide variety to choose from.
While we're not an approved NDIS provider, we are able to help you order play equipment with NDIS funding assistance. We offer a seamless and straightforward process to place an order through our store for any NDIS clients looking to purchase approved play equipment.
The steps are simple: browse our full range of NDIS play equipment, once you decide what item you're looking for, write down the name of the product and fill in the form below.
If you'd prefer to not complete the form, you're welcome to send all of the below information to email@example.com. Once submitted your form will be processed and we'll be in touch within 24 hours (excluding weekends and public holidays).
Jenjoe Wooden 63cm Giant Jenga Block Game
Bought this for our local Rotary Club for community use and very impressed with the quality. We used it at a recent event and everyone loved it. Service and delivery were not to be faulted.
Aussie Swing 3 Point Kids Recycled Tyre Swing with Free-Spinning Swivel
The trike is light enough for my 3 year old to carry and move around which is great.
This was much better made than I expected it to be given the price range. It was easy to put together and just generally feels higher quality. Toddler loves it.
Two negatives: the steel utensils etc are a bit small, and the stovetop makes an annoying noise instead of just lighting up like a normal stovetop would.