Have your say on Bunbury playgrounds

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times
Bunbury City Council will redevelop two of the city’s playgrounds.
Camera IconBunbury City Council will redevelop two of the city’s playgrounds. Credit: South Western Times

Two of Bunbury’s popular playgrounds will be redeveloped and the community is being asked to have a say.

Bunbury City council has launched an online survey for the Queen’s Gardens and Sykes Foreshore playground upgrades.

The Queens Gardens playground has reached the end of its useful life and works to remove it have already started.

The council will also be upgrading the playground at Sykes Foreshore in line with Discovery Holiday Parks’ water splash park development.

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The splash park will be located at Lyons Cove and is due to be completed and open to the public in time for summer 2019/20.

Deputy Mayor Jaysen Miguel said the redevelopment of the playgrounds would further enhance the city and contribute to increased vibrancy of its public open spaces.

“The opportunity for community members to provide input about the development of these prominent playgrounds will ensure local and visiting families have fantastic, quality play spaces to enjoy,” Cr Miguel said.

The design and construction of both playgrounds are due to be completed this year.

The survey is open until March 15.

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