Broadford is getting a brand new nature play area and out of doors health tools, and Mitchell Shire Council is searching for group enter on the proposed designs.
The works, that are throughout two areas, are a part of the Activation of Broadford Parks and Playspaces undertaking which additionally consists of an improve of the Memorial Park playground that is because of begin shortly.
The nature play area will likely be constructed within the open area that borders Wattle Street and Aspect Boulevard and the out of doors health tools pod will likely be constructed within the open area at Donaldson Drive.
Initially, the character play area was deliberate for the land behind the Broadford Living and Learning Centre and the out of doors health tools was to be put in on the Broadford Common strolling monitor. Due to land use approvals and the suggestions obtained from a session in June 2020, the choice was made to maneuver the initiatives from Crown land websites managed by Council to Council-owned websites.
Council is searching for group enter on the proposed nature play area and out of doors health tools by way of two surveys which is able to assist finalise the designs.
Council has spoken with numerous group teams in Broadford to assist develop the draft designs and is now searching for enter from the broader group.
The Activation of Broadford Parks and Playspaces undertaking is funded by the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund (GSF), with a contribution of $720,000.
Council will likely be holding a drop-in session to debate the initiatives and reply any questions from 4.30-5.30pm on Wednesday 23 June on the Wattle Street website. To view the plans or take the survey go to www.engagingmitchellshire.com. Submissions shut at 9am on Monday 28 June.