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Australian Outback Desert Play Mat Playscape

SKU AG00202
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Original price $49.00 - Original price $49.00
Original price $49.00
$49.00
$49.00 - $49.00
Current price $49.00

Our Australian Outback Desert playscape is a unique piece that is designed to reflect the colours and landscape of the Australian outback desert. With beautiful rusty red soil and sand, rock formations and sparse native bushes, it is the perfect backdrop to create an Australian inspired small world setup.

Create the perfect backdrop to an invitation to play, our felt playscapes work well with small figurines. Designed by a mum to contain mess, our play mats also fits into an Ikea 'trofast' box and 'flisat' table.

Please note this listing is only for the playscape play mat itself, animal figurines and additional resources are not included.

Product Details

  • Ethically hand-felted from 100% New Zealand wool
  • Coloured with azo-free dye, safe for children and pets
  • Length: 35cm
  • Width: 25cm
  • Weight: 150g
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Shipping & Returns

Shipping:

  • We ship Australia wide. Final rates are calculated at the checkout.
  • Orders for instock product are shipped within 24 business hours
  • We offer flat rate shipping starting to most countries worldwide. International shipments do not include any duties or taxes which may be payable upon entry of the order into your country. Please contact your local customs authorities for more information.

For more details please see our Shipping Policy

Returns:

We accept returns up to 14 days after delivery for store credit. Goods must be unused and in their original condition.

Some items may not be eligible for returns, please refer to the individual product descriptions for more information

For more details please see our Returns Policy

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