New Water Play Park Makes A Splash On The Central Coast

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Central Coast's Peninsula Leisure Centre at Woy Woy is getting a makeover and you'll want to put this on your summer road trip list! 

The nautical themed Water Splash Park will include a tipping bucket, interactive (cause and effect) features, shade sail, in-built filtration system and zero depth (for safety and accessibility). The Waterpark will be located on the grassed area within the pool complex.

Over $1 million being invested to deliver an interactive water-based play and education space, funded by the NSW Government with $850,000 from the Stronger Country Communities fund and over $200,000 from Council.

Council Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said the water park would be accessible to all Central Coast Community members.

“Our community has told us they would like to see the outdoor space within the PLC better utilised and we’ve listened,” Ms Vaughan said.

“This new Water Play Park can be enjoyed upon entry to the PLC – we expect it to attract community members from the Peninsula and across the Coast, and of course visitors to our beautiful region.

“The design selected is focused on creating a safe, water-based play space that can be accessed by people of all ages and abilities for fun and education.”

The park is said to be ready by the end of June 2020. A little early for splash, but once it warms up, we're there! 

Stay up to date on the Peninsula Leisure Centre Facebook page. 


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