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Ringwood Lake Park playspace redesign

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Ringwood Lake Park playspace will benefit from a $900,000 redevelopment next year. The design features a network of play trails that weave through the existing trees.

The design  aims to link all areas of the playspace with active play opportunities, in the tree canopy, under the canopy trail, along the forest floor as well as a creek area for water and sand play.

The playspace area will be increased to include the site of the old toilets, creating an area for multiple swings including the liberty swing. New inclusive accessible play equipment is also proposed, including a carousel that caters for wheelchairs, as well as fully accessible paths and play experiences along the creek and under the canopy trail.

The existing trees will be retained wherever possible along with new shelters and accessible BBQs.

Careful consideration has also been given to access points into the playspace to create natural barriers between the play area, the lake and the highway.

The playspace is being upgraded with $900,000 from Council’s capital works budget and $100,000 from the Victorian Government’s Community Sports Infrastructure Fund.

Construction will commence in February 2018 with completion anticipated in May 2018.

View the proposed design plans

Design concept plan

 Ringwood Lake playspace development concept plan (PDF, 2.1 Mb)


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