Coolbellup Len Packham playground

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Consultation has concluded

28 November

A nature play playground has been proposed for Len Packham Reserve, Coolbellup and we want your input.

The City has a $500,000 budget for the project and we're working on a design and location. This project is part of the Coolbellup Revitalisation Strategy.

One option is to weave the playground into the trees on the corner of Cordelia Avenue and Tybalt Place.

Please provide your initial input by 14 December 2018.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Attend: Drop-in to our information session to ask questions and provide input

  • Wednesday, 28 November, anytime between 5pm and 6pm at the Coolbellup Community Hub, 90 Cordelia Avenue.

Comment here: Provide your comments below

Email: Send an email to our community engagement officer at comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone: Contact Parks Manager Lou Vieira on 94113444.

28 November

A nature play playground has been proposed for Len Packham Reserve, Coolbellup and we want your input.

The City has a $500,000 budget for the project and we're working on a design and location. This project is part of the Coolbellup Revitalisation Strategy.

One option is to weave the playground into the trees on the corner of Cordelia Avenue and Tybalt Place.

Please provide your initial input by 14 December 2018.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Attend: Drop-in to our information session to ask questions and provide input

  • Wednesday, 28 November, anytime between 5pm and 6pm at the Coolbellup Community Hub, 90 Cordelia Avenue.

Comment here: Provide your comments below

Email: Send an email to our community engagement officer at comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone: Contact Parks Manager Lou Vieira on 94113444.

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Help provide input into the playground project for Len Packham Reserve. Leave your thoughts here.

Sounds great, logical location near the skate park.

coobykids almost 2 years ago

Positioning makes sense

Gary Allen almost 2 years ago