Peter Scullin Reserve Playspace Renewal

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This consultation has concluded

We are moving ahead with our plans to upgrade the Peter Scullin Reserve playspace and we want your help.

Earlier this year we asked the community for feedback on our plans to redevelop Mordialloc's much-loved Peter Scullin Reserve.

You gave us fantastic information on how you use the park and how you would like to see the space enhanced and improved.

A key element of the proposed redevelopment is a new inclusive playspace, which is to contain both traditional play equipment combined with natural elements.

Ongoing corrosion has led to structural decline throughout much of the current playground and has resulted in us making the tough decision to close it due to safety concerns.

As a result, we are bringing forward construction of the upgraded playspace, but we want the community to first tell us if we have the concept design right.

The playspace has been designed to offer an inclusive experience for all, providing a play environment for a diverse range of children, youth and adults of all ages, sizes and abilities.

Among the key elements included are:

  • All Ability - accessible equipment
  • Climbing with ropes
  • Multi-level playspace
  • Interactive play
  • Tunnel
  • Sensory play, including musical instruments
  • Swings
  • Slides
  • Water play

We want you to ‘Have Your Say’ to ensure we are meeting your needs and expectations; with the feedback we receive to inform the final design.

Have your say

Council would like your opinion on the concept for the new playspace.

You can share your views by:

  • Taking part in our online survey via the link below.
  • Attending one of our onsite sessions

Wednesday 15 December 2021 from 9.00am to 11.00am

Wednesday 15 December 2021 from 3.00pm to 5.00pm

Saturday 18 December 2021 from 9.00am to noon

  • Making a further submission by emailing info@kingston.vic.gov.au or mailing PO Box 1000, Mentone 3194.

We are moving ahead with our plans to upgrade the Peter Scullin Reserve playspace and we want your help.

Earlier this year we asked the community for feedback on our plans to redevelop Mordialloc's much-loved Peter Scullin Reserve.

You gave us fantastic information on how you use the park and how you would like to see the space enhanced and improved.

A key element of the proposed redevelopment is a new inclusive playspace, which is to contain both traditional play equipment combined with natural elements.

Ongoing corrosion has led to structural decline throughout much of the current playground and has resulted in us making the tough decision to close it due to safety concerns.

As a result, we are bringing forward construction of the upgraded playspace, but we want the community to first tell us if we have the concept design right.

The playspace has been designed to offer an inclusive experience for all, providing a play environment for a diverse range of children, youth and adults of all ages, sizes and abilities.

Among the key elements included are:

  • All Ability - accessible equipment
  • Climbing with ropes
  • Multi-level playspace
  • Interactive play
  • Tunnel
  • Sensory play, including musical instruments
  • Swings
  • Slides
  • Water play

We want you to ‘Have Your Say’ to ensure we are meeting your needs and expectations; with the feedback we receive to inform the final design.

Have your say

Council would like your opinion on the concept for the new playspace.

You can share your views by:

  • Taking part in our online survey via the link below.
  • Attending one of our onsite sessions

Wednesday 15 December 2021 from 9.00am to 11.00am

Wednesday 15 December 2021 from 3.00pm to 5.00pm

Saturday 18 December 2021 from 9.00am to noon

  • Making a further submission by emailing info@kingston.vic.gov.au or mailing PO Box 1000, Mentone 3194.
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please let us know what you think of the proposed draft designs for the new playspace at Peter Scullin Reserve.

    We are collecting your information for this consultation. The information you provide will be used to help make decisions on this matter. Summarised responses may be made publicly available, and will always be de-identified.

    This consultation has concluded

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