Playgrounds set for upgrades
Published on 07 January 2019
Blacktown City Council is upgrading seven playgrounds across the City as part of an $893,000 improvement project.
The playgrounds are:
- Katrina Park, Seven Hills
- Snowy Reserve, Seven Hills
- Wyanda Reserve, Dhurruk
- Ridgeview Park, Riverstone
- Chopin Reserve, Seven Hills
- Luke Park, Mount Druitt
- Quakers Park, Quakers Hill
Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP said: “These seven playgrounds will provide valuable places for children of varying ages and abilities to play and learn”.
“Blacktown City recognises their importance by allocating funding to build new and improved play spaces for our community.
“Construction work on the playgrounds is expected to begin in the coming months.”
A total of 167 responses were received from members of the public during the community consultation.
“I thank everyone who had their say as part of the community consultation and worked with Council to ensure we designed the best play spaces possible,” Mayor Bali said.
Feedback was also received from the Touched by Olivia Foundation to ensure all playgrounds are inclusive.
Follow the link below to download artist images of the playground upgrades: