Three new Sunbury playspaces swing into action!

Hume City Council has upgraded three local reserves with new playspaces to create fun and exciting areas for young Sunbury residents and their families to enjoy.

Mayor of Hume City Councillor Carly Moore welcomed the completion of the new playspaces in Yellow Gum Boulevard Reserve and Gosse-Cowper Reserve.

“The Roger Free Park upgrade including a spinner, rocker, flying fox and new connecting paths across the reserve is also expected to be complete ready for the start of the school holidays.

“All the playspaces have been designed to give children places to climb, swing and slide but each also offers a unique twist such as a spinner, flying fox or picnic spot,” Cr Moore said.

“Parks and reserves are vital local hubs for families and friends to spend quality time together and are also a place where young families connect with their neighbours and make new friends.

“I am thrilled to see three new places to play completed in Sunbury and I am sure many happy memories will be made in the parks.

“As more young families are choosing to call Sunbury home, it is really important that we deliver the family-friendly infrastructure and services they need and expect.”

Discover the newest places to play in Sunbury:

  • Yellow Gum Boulevard Reserve
    18 Yellow Gum Boulevard 

  • Gosse-Cowper Reserve

    6 Gosse Court

  • Roger Free Park (coming soon)
    76-84 Pasley Street

To share your thoughts on upcoming park and reserve upgrades visit www.hume.vic.gov.au/yoursay  

 

Posted on 3:00 PM, 29 March 2019


Updated : 4:22 PM, 28 March 2019

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