Queensland Cubby Company for cubby houses and play forts


Discover Queensland Cubby Company's exciting cubby houses and forts

 

A kids cubby house or fort is a special place for secret dreams and imagined adventures. It's a safe and secure backyard play area where children can climb, slide, swing and use their imagination to entertain Royalty, fight pirates or play mums and dads.

 

Queensland Cubby Company cubby houses and forts are designed to encourage the development of co-ordination and gross motor skills through play and exercise as well broadening a child's mind through healthy imaginings and fantasies.

 

Queensland cubbies can be strategically positioned so that parents can see their children at play in their forts and extra window options in the cubbies can add to the visibility available to make sure that children are safe at play in their own backyard.


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Ideal for kids parties and sleep overs, you can be sure that a Qld Cubby Co cubby house will keep your own children and those of visiting friends and neighbours entertained and safe for hours.

 

Do you love to grab a real bargain? When you're viewing our range of quality cubbies and forts please keep in mind that we may have special deals available on ex-display stock. Ask us about these specials when you contact us.

 

Standard features of our cubby houses and forts

 

Frame and Walls

 

All outside surfaces are made of LOSP treated (CCA, arsenic and copper free) top quality pine timber.

 

Roof

 

All cubby houses and forts have a waterproof corrugated metal Colourbond roof in a choice of either Pale Eucalypt or Blue Ridge as the standard colour with the full Colourbond colour range available as an optional extra. All roofs are fully trimmed with timber surrounds to provide a safe and neat finish which protects tall children and adults from injury from sharp edges.

 

Windows and doors

 

Sliding perspex windows sit in mitred Australian hardwood frames, and doors are made of water resistant marine ply edged with mitred Australian hardwood. Additional windows are an optional extra, as is a stable door (two piece).

 

Floor

 

LOSP treated pine joists support yellow tongue structural flooring and ribbed decking for a really solid base whether it be at ground level or on an elevation.

 

Verandah

 

Balustrades and verandahs feature LOSP treated pine posts and pickets with Australian hardwood handrails.

 

Installation

 

All our cubby houses and forts come in an easy to install flat pack, including all screws and accessories needed, or you can utilise our professional installation service. The Fort and Large Fort include a 1.5m elevation kit.

 

Additional extras

 

Elevation kit - including steps, sub frame and elevation posts along with side balustrades where required. Rope scramble net. Redwood staining helps to seal the timber against the harsh Australian climate. Letter box. Flower box. Roof skylight. Stable door. Extra windows. Sandpit (not including sand).

 

About Us

 

The Queensland Cubby Company manufactured kids cubby houses and forts in Brisbane for some time on behalf of The Wombat Group. During January 2008 we took over full responsibility for manufacture and marketing of the range of cubbies and forts previously sold by The Wombat Group.

 

This means that Qld Cubby Co can offer cubby houses and forts direct from our factory at very competitive prices as well as offering a prompt delivery service and professional installation and/or help with a DIY installation.

 

We are located at Units 9 and 10, 39 Aerodrome Road, Caboolture, Queensland. It's easy to contact us using the form on our Contact page or give us a call on 0415 726 859. Other contact details such as mailing address and fax number can also be found on our Contact page.

 

 

 

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