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Playground inclusion

by Sarah McCarthy, 8 months ago

Considering you have planned for disabled parking, I would hope the park is completely accessible to disabled people in wheelchairs.  Adequate pathways, toilets, changing facilities, a wheelchair swing. The sensory garden should have things at waist height so these people can reach, touch and  be included in the experience of such a big park.

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Cathie 8 months ago
I would also like to see a wheelchair swing in the plan. Very few in metro Adelaide. Also fencing to ALL children’s play areas.
Admin Commented Paula Bugden 8 months ago
Thanks for participating. The concept design includes a number features to allow play to be accessible to people using wheelchairs including: • All pathways are asphalt or compacted rubble which will be wheelchair friendly• DDA compliant car parking close to the playspace entrance• Accessible sand play deck• Accessible sensory garden• Accessible carousel• Accessible see saw• Birdsnest swings• Rubber softfall paths to provide access to some parts of the Possum Hangout and Farm Village to allow wheelchair access• DDA compliant seats and picnic tables with back and arm rests Kind regards,Your Say Onkaparinga Team