Ironbark Playgrounds operates with a single aim in mind: to turn simple exterior spaces into vibrant active spaces with creative artworks that can both engage and inspire.

The company founder, Nicholas Bray, has been creating chainsaw sculptures for public spaces since late 1998. Since those early beginnings, he has developed a wide range of public art projects throughout NSW and, in the process, has become renowned for his ability to bring open public spaces to life.

We create Chainsaw Totems and Bespoke Hardwood Nature Playgrounds

Today, Nicholas and his creative team work with councils, architects, developers and private clients throughout the state, building truly inspiring landscape art for exterior spaces. Together, they have become synonymous with successfully tackling complex nature-play playground elements, working in multi-disciplinary teams and meeting tight time frames.

Based in the green hills of the Southern Highlands, the company has a design studio in Moss Vale and a sculpture yard on the edge of the Wingecarribee River.

Ironbark Playgrounds is keen to work with you on your next sculpture play space. Just contact us today, tell us all about it, and let us help you bring your project ambition into reality.



Registered Landscape Architect (RILA): 958

Professional Indemnity: Jardine Lloyd Thompson
$1 million in any one claim
$3 million in the aggregate
Public Liability: CGU
Policy No. 15T 0257051
$10 million
Workers Compensation:
Policy No. 20WOR9401577122