Anamalz wins prestigious toy awards
australian wooden toy brand anamalz has been honoured with three awards from independent consumer organisation oppenheim toy portfolio.
the products won in all three pre-school categories for the farm anamalz, wild anamalz and prehistoric anamalz ranges.
“it feels great to be recognised for not only innovation and design, but quality and playability of the product,” says founder louise causon-scott.
the awards were founded by child development and toy experts joanne oppenheim and her daughter stephanie oppenheim in 1989. products are judged for age appropriateness and fun and tested by children.
scott says it’s an honour to be given such a well-renowned accolade.
“[it’s] one of the more prestigious awards. we have been lucky to win quite a few over the years and especially this year. this award would be up there with the australian international design award awarded to us by standards australia in 2008.”