Things to do
Marion Mayor Kris Hanna will unveil a plaque to mark the upgrade.
Families will be able to enjoy an exciting range of new facilities where children can decorate a rock with textas to use on site at the “Rock shop” and a free morning tea will be provided.
What work has been done?
Council has invested $359,000 in transforming the playground. Thrill seekers can now enjoy a 4.5metre high gyro basket swing which rotates 360 degrees. The reserve also features a 3-on-3 basketball and netball court, a shared-use trike track path and a kickabout lawn.
Other new features include:
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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