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Background

Each year Council undertakes upgrades to improve the condition and aesthetics of its open spaces and parks. Rosslare Court Reserve has been identified as requiring a playspace upgrade to a district-level facility for longer stay opportunities and to better cater for residents in the surrounding neighbourhood.

With your input, Council wants to create a space that you want to spend time in and makes you proud of where you live. This exciting upgrade is part of Council's park upgrade strategy for the whole of Wyndham as detailed in the Play Space Strategy and Open Space Strategy. These strategies address the ageing infrastructure of our outdoor spaces, including playground equipment, pathways, furniture and landscaping in order to meet the expectations of the local residents and the broader community.

Rosslare Court Reserve is located adjacent Skeleton Creek and currently has a play and picnic area. The Reserve is encumbered by a flood zone meaning that a large portion is unsuitable for development.

Proposed New Playspace

Council is proposing a new district-level playspace near Rosslare Court, in a location which offers views across the Reserve and the Creek and is out of the flood zone. Council wants to hear what you have to say about this space.

Existing Play and Picnic Area (Hawthorn Drive Playground)

Council wants to hear your thoughts on this space.

How to get involved

We are seeking your input on Rosslare Court Reserve so we can gain a better understanding of what you like about it, how you currently use it and how it should be upgraded. Your feedback will be used to help shape the concept plan for the playspace upgrade and existing play and picnic area. To get involved:

  1. Complete the survey
  2. Drop a pin on the map below to provide ideas and feedback on what you want to see
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