Play Provision Strategy 2020

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Thanks for choosing to have Your Say!

We're now in the second year of our program to upgrade a number of local playgrounds, with more to follow.

You asked for there to be a focus on more nature and adventure play, more inclusive and accessible play spaces and better shade. You told us what you wanted for your local playgrounds, and now it's time to deliver!

The playground upgrades are 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

To have your say on the 2022 playground renewals, click on the park link below.


New Playgrounds 2022


Canning Vale

Spyglass Park (Spyglass Circle & Treetop Circle)
Passive parkland with play equipment and shelter.
0.1983 hectares

Amherst Park (Lansdowne Entrance & Nicholson Court)
Passive parkland with play equipment
0.2426 hectares

Ferndale

Bridgeway Park (Bridgeway Avenue & Colahan Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment and shelter. Approved dog exercise area.
0.8048 hectares

Lambertia Creek Park (Lambertia Way & Coniston Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment, drinking fountain and basketball court. Approved dog exercise area.
This park includes areas of native bushland so please do not let your dog chase birds or other wildlife.
3.3341 hectares

Rossmoyne

Ann Park (Ann Way & Bull Creek Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment. Approved dog exercise area.
0.5092 hectares

Sandra Park (Sandra Way & Peter Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment and drinking fountain. Approved dog exercise area.
0.4674 hectares

Willetton

Collins Park (Collins Road & Portcullis Drive)
Passive parkland with play equipment, drinking fountain and shelter.
1.3369 hectares

Granville Park (Granville Way & Kielman Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment, wheelchair access and drinking fountain.
0.8085 hectares

Wilson

Margaret Park (Margaret Street & Fern Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment, a barbecue and basketball court. Approved dog exercise area.
0.4593 hectares

Thanks for choosing to have Your Say!

We're now in the second year of our program to upgrade a number of local playgrounds, with more to follow.

You asked for there to be a focus on more nature and adventure play, more inclusive and accessible play spaces and better shade. You told us what you wanted for your local playgrounds, and now it's time to deliver!

The playground upgrades are 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

To have your say on the 2022 playground renewals, click on the park link below.


New Playgrounds 2022


Canning Vale

Spyglass Park (Spyglass Circle & Treetop Circle)
Passive parkland with play equipment and shelter.
0.1983 hectares

Amherst Park (Lansdowne Entrance & Nicholson Court)
Passive parkland with play equipment
0.2426 hectares

Ferndale

Bridgeway Park (Bridgeway Avenue & Colahan Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment and shelter. Approved dog exercise area.
0.8048 hectares

Lambertia Creek Park (Lambertia Way & Coniston Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment, drinking fountain and basketball court. Approved dog exercise area.
This park includes areas of native bushland so please do not let your dog chase birds or other wildlife.
3.3341 hectares

Rossmoyne

Ann Park (Ann Way & Bull Creek Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment. Approved dog exercise area.
0.5092 hectares

Sandra Park (Sandra Way & Peter Way)
Passive parkland with play equipment and drinking fountain. Approved dog exercise area.
0.4674 hectares

Willetton

Collins Park (Collins Road & Portcullis Drive)
Passive parkland with play equipment, drinking fountain and shelter.
1.3369 hectares

Granville Park (Granville Way & Kielman Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment, wheelchair access and drinking fountain.
0.8085 hectares

Wilson

Margaret Park (Margaret Street & Fern Road)
Passive parkland with play equipment, a barbecue and basketball court. Approved dog exercise area.
0.4593 hectares

  • Have your say about the City’s playgrounds – what would you like to see? Let us know by taking our survey before the 1 February 2019.


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Page last updated: 10 Mar 2022, 12:37 PM