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Wangal Park, Mortlake is currently undergoing significant upgrades. The park has amazing outlooks over the water and upgrading the park will ensure it remains a wonderful destination for residents and visitors in the future. The need for upgrades were first identified as part of the Breakfast Point Community Enhancement Plan for the area in 2015.

Since then, our team has worked with the community to understand the needs of park users to design upgrades that best suit the community. We have recently completed stage one works and are now seeking feedback on stage two concept designs until 11 November 2019.

The $1,700,000 upgrades will be completed in two stages:

Stage One ($700,000)

Works are now complete and include:

  • Renewal of pedestrian lighting
  • New native planting
  • New sandstone access steps to the beach
  • New picnic shelter and barbecue
  • An indigenous recognition piece
  • A new gravel pathway linking existing paths
  • Punt Park
  • Removal of the old model shed
  • New pathways
  • Native planting

Stage Two ($1,000,000)

These works are in the design phase and include:

  • New nature playground (including swings and slides)
  • Replacement jetty with kayak access
  • Accessible pathways
  • Planting (including a bush tucker garden)
  • Upgraded picnic facilities
  • Replacement barbecue
  • Group seating area

Stage Two consultation

On 15 June 2019, we consulted the community on stage two when celebrating the beginning of stage one. Using feedback provided by the community, we have worked with designers at Play Workshop to develop plans for Stage Two and are now seeking feedback on these concept designs.


Please review the designs and let us know your feedback below. Feedback will then be incorporated into the final designs ahead of construction in March 2020.

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What is your relationship to Wangal Reserve?

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How often do you visit Wangal Reserve?
Will you visit the park more often once the upgrades are complete?
Do you have children who use the park?
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Nature playground - Area A - nature play
Nature playground - Area B - dry creek bed play area
Nature playground - Area C - accessible play, carousel and lilly jumpers
Nature playground - Area D - swings & adventure play structure
Nature playground - Area E - access to sandstone ledge, upper dry creek bed, water play and discoverable items
Nature playground - Area F - nature shell cubby house
Jetty upgrade
Refurbished picnic shelter, new barbecue and accessible furniture
Kayak launch on western beach
Accessible pathways
Pathway signage
Outdoor education area
Bush tucker garden and other indigenous plantings
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