Regional Play Space for Mitcham

Council will begin exploring opportunities to develop its first regional play space to encourage imaginative, creative and active play for all ages and needs in our community. 

A regional play space is an exciting concept in playground design, providing a unique leisure and play space for families in our local community but also attracting families from across the City. 

This play space would offer diverse activities and challenges for children of all abilities and ages designed to enhance the existing natural open space to encourage a variety of imaginative, creative and active play. 

The playground design would meet disability access requirements and cater for children’s physical, mental, emotional and social development with opportunities for:

  • Challenging and fun physical play
  • Stimulating cognitive play
  • Free and creative play
  • Social and interactive play
  • Integrated facilities such as seating, shelters, picnic facilities, toilets and drinking fountains. 

Council, in consultation with the community, will begin to review existing reserves for opportunities to develop a regional play space. It is anticipated that Council will consider reserve options, feedback from the community and proposals to develop future stages late in 2015. 

A regional play space will expand our network of parks and playgrounds and open up more recreational activities for children in our community. 

For more information call 8372 8888.

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