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New Playground

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.

Project Timescales
2019 Project Upgrade complete
2018/2019 Financial Year | Construction
2017/2018 Financial Year | Design and consultation

Reserve Upgrade Opening video

Project History

Nearby Points of Interest

Marino Rocks Greenway | City to Marino Rocks

This reserve is situated along the Marino Rocks Greenway. The Marino Rocks Greenway connects the City to the Coast to Vines Rail Trail.

Location

Nearby parks

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