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Beltrame Civil has been engaged by the City of Marion to undertake the installation of approximately 335m of new stormwater pipe along Bandon Terrace, Carlton Terrace and Shaftesbury Terrace Service Road. The scope of works includes the demolition and reinstatement of existing stormwater pipe and pits within Bandon Terrace Reserve, installation of new kerb along Shaftesbury Terrace Service Road and road widening of Shaftesbury Terrace Service Road including new pavement across the entire road.
Works will start in early March and expected to be completed by May 2021.
Bandon Terrace Reserve has a new seaside themed playground featuring a 5.3 metre high climbing tower with crows nest, a bespoke wooden boat and a timber jetty play deck all set in a lagoon shaped sandpit. Other equipment includes a swing set with toddler and standard swing seats, a trampoline and stepping logs.
The reserve was upgraded in 2019 (opened September 2019).
Sporty kids can play on the new cricket pitch with upgraded nets, a new netball practice court and a modernised basketball practice court.
Families will enjoy the new picnic shelter with barbeque facilities, drinking fountain, walking paths, and a landscaped mound which provide spectacular views of the coast.
New greenery includes 400 native plants and four native trees.
The reserve features artwork donated by the Trott Park Mosaic Group, who are based at Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre.
2019 Project Upgrade complete
2018/2019 Financial Year | Construction
2017/2018 Financial Year | Design and consultation
Marion Council plans to undertake further work to improve Bandon Terrace Reserve, following the upgrade that was completed last year. Here is a notice of works scheduled to occur.
This follows Council endorsements from the General Council Meeting on 23 July 2019. Further details are listed under the project history (below).
The upgrade of Bandon Terrace Reserve was discussed at the General Council Meeting on 23 July 2019. Here is an excerpt of the decisions made Report Reference: GC190723R07. A copy of the agenda and meeting minutes and are available.
This follows a resident-led public meeting held on 17 April 2019 about the natural landscape design.
Minutes of the General Council Meeting held 23 July 2019:
1. Notes the community feedback provided in the site meeting and the online consultation between 1 May and 22 May 2019.
2. Endorses the proposed landscape plan provided in Appendix 4 (image below) that includes:
3. Notes a native grass trial be undertaken at Robertson Reserve, Marino as part of the Natural Landscapes Design and Maintenance Guidelines.
4. Notes that savings realised from the reduced scope of works for Bandon Terrace Reserve be allocated to the implementation of the Natural Landscape Design Guidelines at Robertson Reserve and Pavana Reserve.
Community consultation held between 1 May and 22 May 2019 has been completed.
Below are reference documents relevant to the project upgrade.
This reserve is situated along the Marino Rocks Greenway. The Marino Rocks Greenway connects the City to the Coast to Vines Rail Trail.
The nearest public toilet is 650 metres away, outside the Marino Rocks Cafe. Near the Marino Boat Ramp.
Tuesday 19 Mar 2019
Parks and Playgrounds Newsletter for March 2019.
Monday 04 Mar 2019
Construction on the new playground at Bandon Terrace Reserve, Marino will commence in March 2019.
Tuesday 28 Aug 2018
Have Your Say: Consultation regarding the revegetation of Bandon Terrace Reserve, Marino is open from 28 August 2018 to 18 September 2018.
Tuesday 17 Jul 2018
Parks and Playgrounds Newsletter for June 2018.