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Hape Park ‘n Go Gar

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Ideal for group or individual play. There is plenty of room for vehicles and helicopters, in this four level wooden g...
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Hape Park ‘n Go Gar

Ideal for group or individual play. There is plenty of room for vehicles and helicopters, in this four level wooden gar. Made of wood . Measures 37.5 H x 48 W x 30cm D. Includes: 2 x vehicles and 1 x helicopter.
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Manufacturer HAPE
Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of Wood.
Height 37.5cm
Width 48cm
Depth 30cm
Requires Assembly YES
Made in Australia MIA
Packaging Type CB
Features This fantastic A3 laminated poster features illustrations depicting Australian Aboriginal artwork and culture.
Includes Includes: 2 x vehicles and 1 x helicopter.
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