Here at Council, we're serious about play.
From repairing and replacing equipment to building new regional playgrounds, a lot of work goes into planning and caring for our much-loved play spaces.
We also involve local children and communities in planning our playgrounds.
In 2014, we developed a strategy for our playgrounds with help from local children, plus health and education experts, multicultural groups, and organisations that support people with a disability.
You can read the strategy and background information below:
Play Wollongong Strategy Background information:
Luke’s Place in Corrimal and the All Abilities Playground at Wollongong Botanic Garden are specially designed for children of all abilities.
Many of our other playgrounds also have accessible features for children with disability.
Stuart Park has a Liberty Swing that can be accessed using a MLAK key. You can purchase a MLAK key from The Hardware Man Unanderra. The key also opens the accessible toilets at this site.
Play equipment can end up out of action if it gets broken, vandalised, or just wears out with old age.
Tell us about any equipment that needs attention by using the button below, or calling us on (02) 4227 7111.
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