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Park couldn’t be called Elephant Park without the beloved pink play structure,
which is temporarily out of action while the park undergoes a re-vamp.
Community and Greenspace Manager Chris Brown says “It’s not just the elephant
gaining all the attention with a fresh coat of paint, the park re-vamp also includes
new toilets, a new swing set, tall slide and junior slide, climbing equipment,
see saw, nature area and a spinner. The existing tractor, which is a community
favourite, is there to stay with some repairs to be made to improve safety”.
public consultation in early 2015, a concept plan was developed incorporating
community feedback. The existing play equipment was getting tired and in need
of repair so the decision was made to upgrade it with new equipment, allowing
the playground to be used and enjoyed for many years to come.
fencing has been erected on-site ready for work to start this week. The park
will be back open ready for action in 6-8 weeks. Please keep safe by staying
out of the park until the work has been completed. View the detailed concept plan here.
Contact: Chris Brown
Phone: 03 311 8900