New playgrounds have opened at six of Bayside’s most popular parks.
Playgrounds are now ready for play at Basterfield Park North, N.G Wishart Reserve, William Street Reserve, Gypsy Village Park, Lakeside Green/Elsternwick Park South and Brighton Beach Oval.
The new playgrounds encourage fun and interactive sensory play allowing children of all abilities to play together. New features include wheelchair accessible merry go rounds and musical instruments offering a unique way to stimulate creativity.
Council engages young people to participate in the development of playground upgrades. Known as Playground Testers, they join other park users and residents in community consultation at the start of Council’s planning process.
Council has invested $10 million to upgrade all 61 playgrounds in Bayside over 10 years to ensure they meet contemporary community needs and expectations particularly around visibility and accessibility.
Since 2015 we have upgraded 27 of Bayside’s 61 playgrounds via Bayside’s Playground Improvement Plan (2015-25).
Consultation for the next round of playgrounds will be coming later in November 2019. Be sure to subscribe to the Have Your Page if you are interested in sharing your ideas for the following playgrounds ready for an upgrade:
- Banksia Reserve, Beaumaris
- Ashwood Avenue, Highett
- Old Dairy Reserve, Brighton
- Royal Avenue Parkland, Sandringham
- Tjilatjirrin Reserve, Sandringham
- Landcox Park, Brighton East
- Beach Park Sandringham Gardens
- Elsternwick Park South, Brighton
Here are Bayside’s latest playgrounds ready for play!
N.G Wishart Reserve
Basterfield Park North
William Street Reserve
Gypsy Village Park
Brighton Beach Oval
Lakeside Green/Elsternwick Park South