Park upgrades & renewals

Park and pathway

With hundreds of parks located throughout the region, an extensive upgrade and renewal program is required each year to ensure these community assets remain relevant.

Some parks will benefit from new recreation and play opportunities while others will receive upgrades to meet changed standards and population growth. Below are some of the current projects:

A new skate park is being planned for construction at Elsie Jones Park to replace the existing out-dated facility.

Following consultation with young Clifton residents, the need for a new skate park was identified and included in the Clifton Township Concept Masterplan adopted by Council in 2016.

$150,000 has been allocated to this project for the 2018/19 financial year.

Start date

2018

Target completion date

2019

More than $950,000 has been allocated in the 2018/19 financial year towards renewing and replacing end-of-life play equipment, shade cover and softfall at a number of parks across the region. This will ensure our play facilities meet the demands of population growth and the increasing expectations of the play ‘experience’. Importantly, future works will address changes to safety standards. 

The following parks are expected to benefit from the allocation of funds: 

  • Crows Nest - Centenary Park
  • Haden Park
  • Harlaxton Park - This project will replace aged equipment with the addition of a swing and slide.
  • Highfields - Mountain View Park
  • Kearneys Spring - Nell E Robinson Park
  • Kulpi - Gagen Park
  • Rangeville - Picnic Point Lions Park. This project will return the ‘rocket’ to its former glory, while meeting Australian Playground Standard. A new slide, from the top of the rocket, is envisaged.
  • Rangeville Park

Start & target completion dates

This works program will run all year.

Planning is underway to replace the Lake Annand amenities block with a new facility that will include a power outlet for public event use within the park.

Start date

2018

Target completion dates

Design works by December 2018 and construction by June 2019.

Plans to replace the existing Laurel Bank Park toilet block are progressing with the new building designed to complement the park surrounds. 

Start

March 2019

Target completion date

June 2019

Last Updated: Monday, 03 December 2018 14:16
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