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Draft plan for Daintree playground

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Draft plan for Daintree playground

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Draft plan for Daintree playground


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Jun
Wodonga Council is committed to providing high quality play spaces in our city. Before any major changes are made to these play spaces, we want your feedback on how the playgrounds are used.

A plan for the Daintree Estate playground on Daintree Way (next to the medical centre) is now out for your feedback.

The playground has a nature-based focus with natural elements for climbing and imaginative play as well as equipment in a natural style.

The equipment includes swings, a slide, a whirlin’ robin, climbing equipment and a see-saw suitable for a range of ages.

The council would like your feedback on the draft plan.

Concept one

Concept two

Concept three

Concept four

1. Double Swing, 2. Seesaw, 3. Rocking motorbike, 4. Combination unit, 5. Dragonfly. 6. Birds nest swing

August, 2019

Earlier this year we asked for feedback on the plans for the Daintree Estate playground.

We've listened to your feedback, and modified the design - pictures above - to include play elements for younger children.

The playground has a nature-based focus with natural elements for climbing and imaginative play as well as equipment in a natural style. The equipment included swings, a slide, a whirlin’ robin, climbing equipment and a see-saw suitable for a range of ages.

Additional shade options are being considered for installation once the playground is completed.

Works are due to begin when the weather begins to improve. Be sure to look out for signage at the site which will signal works are about to begin.

June 11, 2019

This consultation has now closed.

Thank you to everyone who made a submission, this will now be reviewed by the playgrounds team and implemented into the design of Daintree Playground.

May 24, 2019

This consultation is now out for public comment.

Submissions can be made online (using the online form below), by e-mail or phone.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as '' and will be received up until . They can also be sent by:

Life cycle
  • Open

    This consultation is open for public comment and contribution between May 24 and June 10.

  • Under Review

    Contributions to this consultation are closed for evaluation and review. The project team will report back on the key outcomes.

  • Final report

    The final outcomes of the consultation are documented here. This may include a summary of all the contributors collected.

Who's Listening
Simone Hogg

Manager of Culture and Tourism

Simone Hogg's Photo