Cumberland Council Playground Upgrades

Cumberland Council regularly upgrades playgrounds to deliver high quality community facilities, access and recreation opportunities, aligned with Council's Community Strategic Goal 1 'A great place to live'. These upgrades are also designed to provide a safe, healthy and attractive space for parents to take their children to play. Improvements and enhancements frequently include:

  • New playground equipment
  • Access paths
  • Softfall
  • Shade trees, shrubs and grass

These improvements will vary depending on the project.

Please note the news items below advising of recent playground upgrades and the surveys allowing you to Have Your Say. The document library to the right allows you to view the plans.

Cumberland Council regularly upgrades playgrounds to deliver high quality community facilities, access and recreation opportunities, aligned with Council's Community Strategic Goal 1 'A great place to live'. These upgrades are also designed to provide a safe, healthy and attractive space for parents to take their children to play. Improvements and enhancements frequently include:

  • New playground equipment
  • Access paths
  • Softfall
  • Shade trees, shrubs and grass

These improvements will vary depending on the project.

Please note the news items below advising of recent playground upgrades and the surveys allowing you to Have Your Say. The document library to the right allows you to view the plans.

  • Upgrade to Howe Street Playground

    2 months ago
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    Play equipment upgrade to Howe Street Park

    Council is upgrading the play equipment at Howe Street Park .

    Should you have inquiries regarding the proposed improvements please email council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au (attention Ahmed Mehio in the subject line) by October 4, 2019.

    Work is proposed to commence late 2019, with completion early 2020 - weather dependant.




    Play equipment upgrade to Howe Street Park

    Council is upgrading the play equipment at Howe Street Park .

    Should you have inquiries regarding the proposed improvements please email council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au (attention Ahmed Mehio in the subject line) by October 4, 2019.

    Work is proposed to commence late 2019, with completion early 2020 - weather dependant.




  • Greystanes Sportsground Playground Upgrade

    6 months ago
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    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Greystanes Sportsground.

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, which include swings and a multi-activity unit with slide.

    You can view the proposal by clicking on the link in this news item or in the document library.


    Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Melanie Medrano, on 02 8757 9000.






    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Greystanes Sportsground.

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, which include swings and a multi-activity unit with slide.

    You can view the proposal by clicking on the link in this news item or in the document library.


    Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Melanie Medrano, on 02 8757 9000.



  • Bombala Street Park Playground Upgrade

    6 months ago
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    SEPTEMBER 2019 UPDATE on progress

    Installation of new equipment is proposed to commence mid January 2020 - weather permitting.


    Background:

    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at the Bombala Street Park

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal for the Bombala Street Park Playground Upgrade, which you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library). . Please make your submission by filling in the online survey (link above) or by email, subject titled ‘PK-BOMBAL-1 attention Richard Loudon’ to council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au on or before 3 June 2019. Should you have...

    SEPTEMBER 2019 UPDATE on progress

    Installation of new equipment is proposed to commence mid January 2020 - weather permitting.


    Background:

    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at the Bombala Street Park

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal for the Bombala Street Park Playground Upgrade, which you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library). . Please make your submission by filling in the online survey (link above) or by email, subject titled ‘PK-BOMBAL-1 attention Richard Loudon’ to council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au on or before 3 June 2019. Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Richard Loudon, on 02 8757 9000.

    You can also make a submission through this Have Your Say Page by filling in the survey.


  • Oxford Street Park Playground Upgrade

    7 months ago
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    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Oxfgord Street Park, Merrylands.

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, whcih you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library).

    Works will include the removal of existing play equipment and the construction of a new playground area with concrete edging and softfall mulch. A new access path from the sidewalk to the playground will also be constructed.

    New play equipment will include a swing set, a multi-activity unit with slide, and other equipment...



    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Oxfgord Street Park, Merrylands.

    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, whcih you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library).

    Works will include the removal of existing play equipment and the construction of a new playground area with concrete edging and softfall mulch. A new access path from the sidewalk to the playground will also be constructed.

    New play equipment will include a swing set, a multi-activity unit with slide, and other equipment as budget and space permit.

    The installation of two new park seats near the playground.

    The new playground will provide quality play equipment facilities compliant with current playground standards.

    During the construction period, part of the park will not be accessible. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused during this time.

    Please make your submission by email, subject titled ‘PK-OXFOR-1' attention Ahmed Mehio’ to council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au on or before 20 May 2019.

    Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Ahmed Mehio, on 02 8757 9000.

    You can also make a submission through this Have Your Say Page by filling in the survey.
  • Cedric Hoffmann Reserve Playground Upgrade

    7 months ago
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    Council has completed the playground upgrade for Cedric Hoffmann Reserve. Click here for more details.

    Council has completed the playground upgrade for Cedric Hoffmann Reserve. Click here for more details.

  • Ruth Street Park Playground Upgrade

    7 months ago
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    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Ruth Street Park


    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, which you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library).

    Please make your submission by email, subject titled ‘PK-RUTHS-01 attention Melanie Medrano’ to council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au on or before 13 May 2019.

    Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Melanie Medrano, on 02 8757 9643.

    You can also make a submission through this Have Your Say Page by filling in the survey.

    Council is proposing to upgrade the playground at Ruth Street Park


    You are invited to comment on the draft proposal, which you can view by clicking on the link in this news item (also available in the document library).

    Please make your submission by email, subject titled ‘PK-RUTHS-01 attention Melanie Medrano’ to council@cumberland.nsw.gov.au on or before 13 May 2019.

    Should you have any further enquiries regarding the proposed improvements, please contact Council’s Landscape Architect Melanie Medrano, on 02 8757 9643.

    You can also make a submission through this Have Your Say Page by filling in the survey.