Nature Playspace - Wilfred Taylor Reserve

FULL STEAM AHEAD!

Work on the nature playspace continued full steam ahead during February.

Construction of the Hills to Beach water play is well underway with the sandpit taking shape, dingos cave installed, steps and balance beams carved and planting beds underway. March will see the finishing touches with the installation of the sand play equipment.

Existing shelters have been relocated and the new shelters over picnic areas installed ready for the new barbeques and picnic tables.

The sensory garden commenced and is almost complete. The rock work, log seating and raised planters were installed. We are looking forward to seeing artworks from Aboriginal artist Allan Sumner appear in the garden soon.

Fabrication of the custom play equipment, Possum Hangout and Farm Village, is ongoing and on track for installation late March. Full completion of the Nature Playspace is expected in mid-2020.

View more information about this fantastic project:

Check out the Photo Gallery to see the action and progress.

The Your Say page will continue to provide updates and opportunities to stay informed and get involved.


FULL STEAM AHEAD!

Work on the nature playspace continued full steam ahead during February.

Construction of the Hills to Beach water play is well underway with the sandpit taking shape, dingos cave installed, steps and balance beams carved and planting beds underway. March will see the finishing touches with the installation of the sand play equipment.

Existing shelters have been relocated and the new shelters over picnic areas installed ready for the new barbeques and picnic tables.

The sensory garden commenced and is almost complete. The rock work, log seating and raised planters were installed. We are looking forward to seeing artworks from Aboriginal artist Allan Sumner appear in the garden soon.

Fabrication of the custom play equipment, Possum Hangout and Farm Village, is ongoing and on track for installation late March. Full completion of the Nature Playspace is expected in mid-2020.

View more information about this fantastic project:

Check out the Photo Gallery to see the action and progress.

The Your Say page will continue to provide updates and opportunities to stay informed and get involved.


  • January 2020 Update

    29 days ago
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    Work in the nature playspace was full steam ahead during January.

    Demolition of the old play equipment was completed and the new access road from Wheatsheaf Road opened to the public. Construction of the second car parking area (Western side) is almost complete and will also soon be open to the public.

    Construction of the Hills to Beach water play commenced with the first row of rocks being placed and the mound taking shape. There are a few more layers to go to reach the final height.

    Picnic areas were set out with electrical installed for new accessible double barbeques.

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    Work in the nature playspace was full steam ahead during January.

    Demolition of the old play equipment was completed and the new access road from Wheatsheaf Road opened to the public. Construction of the second car parking area (Western side) is almost complete and will also soon be open to the public.

    Construction of the Hills to Beach water play commenced with the first row of rocks being placed and the mound taking shape. There are a few more layers to go to reach the final height.

    Picnic areas were set out with electrical installed for new accessible double barbeques.

    We commenced the set out for play equipment, with the first items taking shape being the flying fox mound and swings areas.

    Fabrication of the custom play equipment Possum Hangout and Farm Village equipment commenced and is on track for installation late March.

    We are also working on the irrigation system for the new open space area and picnic area next to the Morphett Vale Railway.


  • December Update 2019

    3 months ago
    Demolition of old playspace

    Work began with the removal of the old play equipment and constructing the new car park space and access road from Wheatsheaf Road.

    Over the Christmas and the New Year period, work ceased but has now recommenced.

    The playspace is on track to be completed by mid-2020.

    Click on the image to view more photos.


    Work began with the removal of the old play equipment and constructing the new car park space and access road from Wheatsheaf Road.

    Over the Christmas and the New Year period, work ceased but has now recommenced.

    The playspace is on track to be completed by mid-2020.

    Click on the image to view more photos.