Things to do
Marion Mayor Kris Hanna will unveil a plaque to mark the upgrade where families can enjoy an exciting range of new facilities.
There will also be a free 30-minute session on how to build a “bee hotel” out of bamboo. This will show people how to provide a place for native bees to live and breed, improving the health of plants.
A free morning tea will be provided.
What work has been done?
Council has invested $360,629 in this innovative playground based on the theme of bees. Children will enjoy playing in a “beehive” structure with a tunnel slide and junior slide. There is a climbing wall, monkey bars, swings, logs to step and balance on, and a barbecue.
A small “bee hotel” has been installed at the reserve to encourage native bees to stay and pollinate the plants, including new fruit trees.
Other equipment includes:
Stay Covid safe
The opening is being arranged in accordance with COVID-safe practices.
Please follow the latest government health guidelines, including physical distancing and appropriate hygiene.
Hand sanitiser will be available.
Please do not attend if you are unwell.
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