Parks and Playgrounds


The health and safety of our community and staff is our number one priority. It is critical that Council implement all necessary actions to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Please refer to the Public Health page to see Council Services and Facilities which remain available to the public at the advice of Government restrictions.


Our 150 parks range from small local parks for a quick turn on the swings, to larger regional parks, which provide more facilities and equipment for kids to play all day.

Small (Local) playgrounds
Medium (District) playgrounds
Large (Regional) playgrounds
Catering for local residents

Typically include a small bike track, play units catering for a specific age group, swings, seating, a rubbish bin and a bubbler

Softfall is typically sand or play bark

Cater to residents from the general district

Typically include multiple play units for several age groups, shade structures and trees, picnic shelters, a bike track, seating, picnic tables and car parking

Softfall may be sand, play bark or synthetic surfaces

"Destination" playgrounds designed for longer visits

Multiple pieces of equipment, for different ages and abilities that may include water play, flying fox, bike track, outdoor gym

Facilities such as shade structures and trees, covered BBQs, picnic settings, toilets, lighting and car parking

Softfall is typically synthetic rubber or turf

Looking for a playground upgrade or wondering what playgrounds we will be renewing in 20/21?  Head to our Frequently Asked Questions page about playgrounds first

Parks and Playgrounds Frequently Asked Questions

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