Playspaces

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Wingecarribee Shire Council recognises the importance of playspaces in supporting children’s healthy development.


Our Playspace Strategy is used to provide an overall framework for the consistent management and maintenance of play areas including providing general development standard guidelines, identifying appropriate levels of service for each type of playspace category and setting the proposed capital, renewal and disposal programs for our existing 48 playspace sites. The Playspace Strategy can be viewed in the document library.

Check out what's been achieved or is planned since the strategy was adopted:

  • Berrima Marketplace All Abilities Playground Upgrade – now open!
  • Seymour Park All Abilities Playspace – to be constructed Feb – April 2021
  • Cook Street Park Playspace, Mittagong – to be constructed 2021/22
  • Church Road Oval Playspace, Moss Vale – to be constructed 2021/22

To learn more about how we are improving facilities Ask us a question below or contact the Assets - Parks & Buildings team on 02 4868 0888.

Wingecarribee Shire Council recognises the importance of playspaces in supporting children’s healthy development.


Our Playspace Strategy is used to provide an overall framework for the consistent management and maintenance of play areas including providing general development standard guidelines, identifying appropriate levels of service for each type of playspace category and setting the proposed capital, renewal and disposal programs for our existing 48 playspace sites. The Playspace Strategy can be viewed in the document library.

Check out what's been achieved or is planned since the strategy was adopted:

  • Berrima Marketplace All Abilities Playground Upgrade – now open!
  • Seymour Park All Abilities Playspace – to be constructed Feb – April 2021
  • Cook Street Park Playspace, Mittagong – to be constructed 2021/22
  • Church Road Oval Playspace, Moss Vale – to be constructed 2021/22

To learn more about how we are improving facilities Ask us a question below or contact the Assets - Parks & Buildings team on 02 4868 0888.

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    When is the Dave Wood Playing fields park going to be fixed? It has been out of action for over a year now. Thanks

    jiss_mess asked 11 months ago

    Thanks for the question.

    The playspace was closed due to safety concerns about the failing softfall. 

    Unfortunately due to border restrictions, the Contractor appointed to completed the works has been unable to enter into NSW however, with the easing of travel between the two States expected early December the Contractor will soon be able to commence.

    Regards,

    Your Say Wingecarribee

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    Good evening, There is no mention of the playground at the Fitzroy Falls Reservoir. Could you please advise of this playgrounds future within the councils Playspace Strategy. Many thanks

    BekStrawn asked about 1 year ago

    Thanks for the question.

    Council doesn’t own the land or maintain the facilities at the Fitzroy Falls reservoir. Learn more at  www.waternsw.com.au/supply/visit/fitzroy-falls-reservoir.

    If you'd like to follow up with Water NSW about the playground at this location please visit www.waternsw.com.au/about/contact.

    Regards,

    Your Say Wingecarribee

Page last updated: 11 November 2020, 14:46