Fun, functional and well-made, that not only looks great, but is environmentally conscious.
Made from untreated solid wood and natural cotton rope, suitable from ages 6 months to 3+ years and up to 20 kilograms.
Built to last and is presented in a beautiful display box with easy to assemble instructions making the perfect gift. This versatile swing can be used outside hanging from a sturdy tree branch, or on your porch, or even inside your home.
The chemical-free swings are compliant with the Australian Standards, combining uncompromising child-safety. Simply slip your child’s feet either side of the bottom of the seat and the surrounding support keeps your child securely inside the swing while they hold the easy grip handle.
The assembled size of this toddler swing seat is 17 inches by 11 inches by 11 inches (44 x 28 x 28 centimeters). The maximum hang length of the ropes are 2 meters.
Whether you give a child this heirloom quality swing for a birthday, holidays or just because, this will be a cherished gift and a treasured childhood memory.
Not sure what size to buy? Check out our size guide below but remember this is only a guide as children grow at their own pace.
We have found the easiest way to determine size is to measure the child’s foot from heel to big toe along the sole of the foot. Please remember to measure both feet as one is normally longer. Add 1-1.5cm extra onto the measurement for growing room.
Of course if the shoe is a surprise gift please use our age guide.
Size 3 to suit 9-12 month olds (sole length 14cm)
Size 4 to suit 9-16 month olds (sole length 14.5cm)
Size 5 to suit 12-18 month olds (sole length 15cm)
Size 6 to suit 18-24 month olds (sole length 15.5cm)
Size 7 to suit 2-3 years old (sole length 16cm)
Still not sure what size you need? Then download our Printable Size Chart to measure your child's feet against our sole sizes.
If you purchase the wrong size? We are happy to replace them for you. Just return the original pair in an unused condition and we will send you a replacement pair for the cost of the postage.
And remember, if you are unsure, it is always better to buy a size larger to let feet grow into the shoe.