Large Australian Outback Play Mat Playscape
Our Large 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, sparse native bushes and a dirt road, 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 the full-sized animal figurines (from Schleich, Collecta or Safari Ltd) and wooden toys. At a length of 80cm, this Australian Outback playscape is large enough to play on a tabletop or it can be used as a floor mat. Once playing is done, the mat can be rolled up and fastened with a button.
This listing is only for the playscape play mat itself, the animal figurines, backdrop and other toys in the photos are not included.
- Ethically hand-felted from 100% New Zealand wool
- Coloured with azo-free dye, safe for children and pets
- Length: 80cm
- Width: 50cm
- Weight: 730g
Shipping & Returns
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