Blacktown City Council To Upgrade Seven Playgrounds In 2019
- All Ages
Not one, but SEVEN playgrounds will be upgraded by Blacktown City Council as part of an $893,000 improvement project this year.
The playgrounds located throughout Quakers Hill, Seven Hills and Riverstone will be improved to ensure the safety and inclusivity of all children in the area.
Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP said: “These seven playgrounds will provide valuable places for children of varying ages and abilities to play and learn”.
“Blacktown City recognises their importance by allocating funding to build new and improved play spaces for our community.
“Construction work on the playgrounds is expected to begin in the coming months.”
Here's a sneak peak of the playgrounds through artists impressions provided by the Council.
Ridgeview Park, Riverstone
Katrina Park, Seven Hills
Chopin Park, Seven Hills
Quakers Hill Park, Quakers Hill
Luke Park, Mount Druitt
Snowy Reserve, Seven Hills
Plus One More!
Wyanda Reserve in Dharruk will also be upgraded, but we're yet to see an impression of the playground. Stay tuned...
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