Rinaldo Park Upgrade

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Consultation has concluded

Background

Funded by the Coolbellup revitalisation project, the City has prepared a concept plan to upgrade the facilities on offer in Rinaldo Park. Subject to community input, completion is planned for August 2018.

Native understorey planting

In line with other parks in Coolbellup, the City will brighten up the understorey by adding colourful flowering native shrubs and new trees to the existing trees.

This planting style has proved popular elsewhere such as in Jervis Park, Coolbellup and MacFaull Park, Spearwood, because it encourages wildlife and birdlife into the park and creates an attractive place under the trees.

Improvements to play and barbecue facilities

The City intends to replace the existing barbecue and shelter with a new larger facility, closer to the playground. The playground equipment, which is relatively new, is not yet due for replacement. Instead the City will add logs and stepping stones towards the sandpit and provide new edging, new sand and new shading for the sandpit. This will make it more welcoming during the heat of the day.

Have Your Say

You are invited to provide your feedback by 4pm, Friday 18 May 2018, by:

  • Email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au
  • Completing the survey below
  • Phoning City Architect Andy Jarman on 08 9411 3444 during office hours

Background

Funded by the Coolbellup revitalisation project, the City has prepared a concept plan to upgrade the facilities on offer in Rinaldo Park. Subject to community input, completion is planned for August 2018.

Native understorey planting

In line with other parks in Coolbellup, the City will brighten up the understorey by adding colourful flowering native shrubs and new trees to the existing trees.

This planting style has proved popular elsewhere such as in Jervis Park, Coolbellup and MacFaull Park, Spearwood, because it encourages wildlife and birdlife into the park and creates an attractive place under the trees.

Improvements to play and barbecue facilities

The City intends to replace the existing barbecue and shelter with a new larger facility, closer to the playground. The playground equipment, which is relatively new, is not yet due for replacement. Instead the City will add logs and stepping stones towards the sandpit and provide new edging, new sand and new shading for the sandpit. This will make it more welcoming during the heat of the day.

Have Your Say

You are invited to provide your feedback by 4pm, Friday 18 May 2018, by:

  • Email to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au
  • Completing the survey below
  • Phoning City Architect Andy Jarman on 08 9411 3444 during office hours
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for providing your input.

    Consultation has concluded
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