We are seeking your feedback on the draft concept design.
In November 2019 we held a community consultation seeking ideas to help inform the new playground’s design. We received over 220 responses.
After reviewing the feedback, we have developed a draft concept design which includes the community’s most popular themes.
According to the feedback, the most popular play equipment includes:
- challenging climbing
- flying fox
- rope traverse/bridge.
The most popular sensory play opportunities are:
- water play
- balancing logs and boulders
- sand pit.
The most popular active play opportunities are:
- family friendly learn to scoot/skate area
- fitness equipment.
Other important community feedback includes:
- "Would love new versions of existing equipment, including the hill slide."
- "Shade and toilet facilities are very important."
- "Keep the bluestone embankment, it is an iconic feature."
- "Not supportive of an Alice in Wonderland theme."
We want to know whether you think the draft concept design meets the themes expressed in last year's community consultation, and your thoughts on the design overall.
Consultation is now open and ends on Sunday 12 July 2020.
To view the draft concept design and to have your say, head to the Victoria Park Regional Playground consultation page.
About the project
Various improvements have recently been made at Victoria Park. We are now working on the next stage, involving upgrading the northern playgrounds to a new regional playground.
The new playground will be a space where locals and visitors can bring the family, spend some time and have fun. The project will enhance park amenities, improve accessibility and create a place for the community to enjoy.
|November 2019||Initial community consultation||We asked the community for their ideas to help inform the draft concept design.|
|23 November 2019||Onsite consultation event including fun family activities|
|June-July 2020||Community consultation to provide feedback on draft concept design||Currently open for feedback until 12 July 2020.|
|Late-2020||Final concept design developed and available for public view|
|Mid-2021||Works to commence|