Round 1 - Ideas and Location
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Council is designing
a $400,000 nature adventure play space at Brett Park, Drummoyne. This is a
jointly funded project with $250,000 from the NSW Department of Planning and
Environment’s Places to Play Program and $150,000 from Council. As
part of our Let’s All Play Strategy, we are consulting the community on the
facility design, location, and accessibility.
As the existing playground is now due for an upgrade, we are proposing to create a new, natural play environment that consists of tree logs, natural timber, rope elements, boulders, plants, water, sand, and sensory play, instead of traditional plastic playground structures.
We are aiming to open the playground for the community to use by April 2024.
Council has developed the final playground concept based on the community feedback we received. We are now sharing the final plans and images of the playground design.
Key changes have been made, including:
Following the first round of consultation, Council has prepared a concept plan for the new playground and is proposing to build it in a new location at the corner of Tranmere St and Day St.
We asked the community about possible alternative locations for a new playground, as the existing playground is not easily accessible and is tucked away in a dark corner of the park. Feedback received indicated that Location A (at the corner of Tranmere and Day Streets) is the preferred location for the playground, so Council is proposing to build the adventure playground here. The existing playground will be maintained until the end of its serviceable life, before becoming an outdoor fitness area. The engagement report can be found here.
Having reviewed and incorporated the community's ideas we are now presenting a concept plan for the new playground and are seeking the community's feedback again. There are several ways to provide feedback, outlined below. We will use feedback to finalise designs ahead of construction, anticipated for October 2023 - January 2024.
In the first round of community consultation, Location A was the preferred location for the playground upgrade in Brett Park. We will maintain the existing playground until the end of it serviceable life. After this point, it will be upgraded into an outdoor fitness area. We will update the community when the playground reaches the end of its serviceable life.
Meet the project team on site or online meeting, give feedback online or via email.
Completed in 2022
We will share our draft concept designs with the community for further feedback.
Completed 2 March 2023
We hope to open the upgraded playground by April 2024.
January - March 2024
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