Montes Park Playground Upgrade

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Montes Park playground is getting a makeover!

We have three concept designs for the new playground at Margaret Harrison Park and as a local resident, we would like to ask for your input.

The concepts incorporate feedback from the Canning community on the Play Provision Strategy, which included requests for a focus on nature and adventure play, more inclusive and accessible play spaces and better shade.

The concepts include installing new play equipment under the shade of the existing trees. Of the three concepts provided the City would like your feedback on which is the preferred concept.

Make your comments via the survey below by 29 March 2021 date, call us on 1300 422 664 or send your completed hard copy form to Locked Bag 80, Welshpool WA 6986.

This upgrade is part of our long term Playground Renewal Project, which is guided by our Play Provision Strategy.

To learn more about the overall project or to read the Strategy, visit www.canning.wa.gov.au/playgroundproject

Montes Park playground is getting a makeover!

We have three concept designs for the new playground at Margaret Harrison Park and as a local resident, we would like to ask for your input.

The concepts incorporate feedback from the Canning community on the Play Provision Strategy, which included requests for a focus on nature and adventure play, more inclusive and accessible play spaces and better shade.

The concepts include installing new play equipment under the shade of the existing trees. Of the three concepts provided the City would like your feedback on which is the preferred concept.

Make your comments via the survey below by 29 March 2021 date, call us on 1300 422 664 or send your completed hard copy form to Locked Bag 80, Welshpool WA 6986.

This upgrade is part of our long term Playground Renewal Project, which is guided by our Play Provision Strategy.

To learn more about the overall project or to read the Strategy, visit www.canning.wa.gov.au/playgroundproject