Queens Park Activation Project

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The City is undertaking a pilot community engagement project within Queens Park so we can learn about the Queens Park community and its aspirations for the suburb. Through targeted activities and events, the City would also like to support community led initiatives that activate the Queens Park community in their own way. Some of these initiatives will include neighbourhood walks, a neighbourhood pitch opportunity for local ideas and a Play Streets initiative. Please see all details on the side right panel.

If you want to hear more about the project or would like to be involved further please contact the City’s Community Development Officer on 9231 0953 or email community@canning.wa.gov.au

The City is undertaking a pilot community engagement project within Queens Park so we can learn about the Queens Park community and its aspirations for the suburb. Through targeted activities and events, the City would also like to support community led initiatives that activate the Queens Park community in their own way. Some of these initiatives will include neighbourhood walks, a neighbourhood pitch opportunity for local ideas and a Play Streets initiative. Please see all details on the side right panel.

If you want to hear more about the project or would like to be involved further please contact the City’s Community Development Officer on 9231 0953 or email community@canning.wa.gov.au

  • Queens Park Mapping Feedback

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    5 months ago

    The City has engaged with the Queens Park Community during a couple of local events over the last 18 months. Part of this engagement included asking community members which spaces made them feel good within Queens Park and the spaces that didn’t.

    The following emotion maps were developed from the community feedback, with green representing positive happy spaces and red representing areas in need for improvement.


    The City has engaged with the Queens Park Community during a couple of local events over the last 18 months. Part of this engagement included asking community members which spaces made them feel good within Queens Park and the spaces that didn’t.

    The following emotion maps were developed from the community feedback, with green representing positive happy spaces and red representing areas in need for improvement.


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