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Help us design your neighbourhood's playgrounds!

Wagga Wagga and the surrounding villages have more than 90 playgrounds, all of which offer a range of different play opportunities for kids.

Every time Council upgrades a playground we need the help of the kids that use them to make sure that the final design generates the most Fun Per Kid (FPK).



Help us design your neighbourhood's playgrounds!

Wagga Wagga and the surrounding villages have more than 90 playgrounds, all of which offer a range of different play opportunities for kids.

Every time Council upgrades a playground we need the help of the kids that use them to make sure that the final design generates the most Fun Per Kid (FPK).


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    We're planning a new playground for Kimberley Drive Park in Tatton.

    Which design do you like best?

    Vote for your favourite – voting is open until 9am on Monday 14 September.

    Playground designs encourage play between younger and older children and incorporate exciting features that will add extra appeal to the neighbourhood.

    We've started improving the park, beginning with the construction of a basketball court and hoop, and we'll be including a new bench seat.

    For more information, or to view the plans in detail, please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au





    Option 1Option 2Option 3

    Compact multiplay structure with combination of climbing, sliding and interactive play activities

    Timber structures for greater sensory experience and touch of nature

    Large roof to maximise shading

    Triple swing seat

    Compact see saw with springless rocker mechanism

    Slide points south-east to avoid direct exposure to the sun

    Rubber surfacing beneath swings to improve accessibility

    Square deck

    Pommel walk

    Step end deck

    Challenge ladder - long 

    Step panel w/ d loops

    Modern panel

    Cargo climber

    Plastic cubby roof

    Rockwall climber

    Hooded caterpillar

    Slide

    Firepole

    Spider climber

    2 bay omniswing

    Slashproof seat

    Infant seat

    Basket seat

    Froggy springer

    Nature play structure

    Orion net

    Spinner with safety wheel

    Senior double swing

    Wiggle walk

    Timber steppers

    3 balance beams

    Stilts

    Option for garden beds




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    We're planning a new playground for Henwood Park on Lake Albert Road.

    Which design do you like best?

    Vote for your favourite – voting is open until 9am on Monday 14 September.

    Playground designs encourage play between younger and older children and incorporate exciting features that will add extra appeal to the neighbourhood.

    The existing pyramid net and shade structure will be retained in the design. We'll also be installing a concrete path around the equipment, and adding a table and seating.

    For more information, or to view the plans in detail, please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au





    Option 1Option 2Option 3

    Equipment colours simulate Henwood Park Football Club team colours

    Soccer ball graphics on Twista spinner to reference Henwood Park Football Club

    Triple bay swing set with nest seat, infant seats and rigid seats

    Slides positioned under shade sail and pointing south to avoid direct exposure to the sun

    No rooves on equipment to maintain approx 2.5m clearance from existing shade sail

    Existing rope climbing structure to be retained

    Rubber surfacing beneath swing set to improve accessibility to swings

    Concrete access path to perimeter of playground (suggestion only)

    Large multiplay structure with upper body, climbing, sliding and interactive play activities

    Comprehensive balance trail for all ages

    Double bay swing set with nest seat, infant seat and strap seat

    Slides positioned under shade sail and pointing south-east to avoid direct exposure to the sun

    No rooves on equipment to maintain approx. 2.5m clearance from existing shade sail

    Existing rope climbing structure to be retained

    Rubber surfacing beneath swing set to improve accessibility to swings

    Concrete access path to perimeter of playground (suggestion only)



    Large multiplay structure with upper body, climbing, balance and interactive play activities

    Horizontal rope spider structure

    Timber steppers and stilts

    3 balance beam

    Rope traverse

    Wiggle walk

    Hand over hand

    Tractor 

    Spinner with safety wheel

    Dulux multi bay cypress pine swing

    Option for garden beds




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    Help us decide which new playground should be installed at Best Family Graves Park in Truscott Drive.

    You have until Wednesday 25 September to select your favourite design.

    The playground designs encourage play between younger and  older children and incorporate exciting features that will add extra appeal to the neighbourhood.

    In addition to the new equipment, the upgrade will feature the addition of two bench seats. A swing will also be incorporated in Option 3.

    Don't forget to hit the SUBMIT button down the bottom of the page.

    For more information or to view the plans in detail please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au

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    Help us decide which new playground should be installed at Belling Park in Bolton Street.

    You have until Wednesday 25 September to select your favourite design.

    The playground designs encourage play between younger and  older children and incorporate exciting features that will add extra appeal to the neighbourhood.

    The existing swing will be retained in the design. The mound slide will also remain and be embellished by covering the surrounding surface with synthetic grass.

    Don't forget to hit the SUBMIT button down the bottom of the page.

    For more information or to view the plans in detail please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au

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    Help us decide which new playground should be installed at Undurra Drive Park.

    You have until Monday 5 November to select your favourite design.

    Don't forget to hit the SUBMIT button down the bottom of the page.

    For more information or to view the plans in detail please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au

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    Help us decide which new playground should be installed at Cox Park on Kincaid Street.

    You have until Monday 5 November to select your favourite design.

    Don't forget to hit the SUBMIT button down the bottom of the page.

    For more information or to view the plans in detail please contact John Conlan on 1300 292 442 or email playgrounds@wagga.nsw.gov.au

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