The latest in a series of new playgrounds across Ku-ring-gai is now open for families to enjoy.
The new playground at Golden Jubilee Field has a ‘Tiny Town’, ideal for younger children to explore pretend buildings. It also has a junior cycle track, four way rocker, swings and a climbing frame with a baseball theme to reflect the Field’s historic use by local baseball players.
For parents and carers extra seating has been installed, as well as shade trees.
The playground has been designed to be inclusive for all children, including those with special needs or a disability.
It’s the latest in a series of new playgrounds being rolled out across Ku-ring-gai, with new ones recently built and opened at Killara Park and Cameron Park Turramurra.
The next new playground planned for construction is at Park Avenue Roseville Chase.
Mayor Jennifer Anderson said more playgrounds would be built and opened in coming months, as part of a major overhaul.
“We are progressively upgrading playgrounds across Ku-ring-gai to take account of the increasing numbers of young families moving into our area,” the Mayor said.
“We are also committed to making our playgrounds accessible to all children.”
For more information about planned playground upgrades visit www.kmc.nsw.gov.au. Golden Jubilee Field playground is located at Esk Street Wahroonga.
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