Things to do
Minor works are planned for Nimboya Road Reserve to upgrade the open space.
Proposed minor upgrades include a pump track, natural landscaping and a drink fountain.
Resident engagement occurred from 22 March to 12 April 2021 via Making Marion. The opportunity to provide feedback has closed. For details on the planned works see the draft concept plan.
Resident feedback has been collated and, where possible, incorporated into the final design. For details see the consultation report.
Construction is scheduled to commence in early 2022.
2021/2022 Financial Year | Construction
2020/2021 Financial Year | Design and consultation
Nimboya Road Reserve in Marino is a local playground that was upgraded in 2011.
There is a large multistation with plenty of climbing challenges - a hexagonal net, tall twisted climbing net, hoop climb and monkey bars. A side-by-side double slide takes you back down so you can start the climb again.
Brightly coloured steppers and a spinner will test your balance and the little ones will love being the train driver of the train shaped springer. There is also a standard swing and baby swing.
Train enthusiasts will love it's close to proximity to the train line. A pedestrian tunnel connects the reserve to The Cove Road and provides access across the train line - kids also get kick out of hearing the trains thunder overhead.
A picnic table and seating is available, and concrete paths through the reserve make it easy to navigate.
Low height post-and-chain fencing surrounds the reserve.
This reserve is situated along the Marino Rocks Greenway. The Marino Rocks Greenway connects the City to the Coast to Vines Rail Trail.