Have your say on the Gembrook Leisure Park play space

We ran an extensive community consultation process from February 2018 to find out what you  wanted to see at Gembrook Leisure Park. This feedback helped to shape the draft concept plan.

Now we’d like you to let us know which play space design option is your favourite for Gembrook Leisure Park.

Please let us know which option you prefer. Your feedback is important to us.

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Option 1

Omnitec concept

Omnitec playspace proposal

  This design includes train refurbishment, flying fox, trampoline, accessible carousel, swings, multi level tower with slides, seesaw, rockers, spinners, flower talking tubes.

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Option 2

A-Space concept

A-space Playground concept

This concept includes train refurbishment, 2 climbing / adventure towers, 2 spinners, rockers, swings, flying fox, flower talking tubes.

 

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Option 3

Adventure Plus concept

Adventure + play ground concept

  This concept includes train refurbishment, multi-level tower with slides, monkey bars and reference to the Gembrook mines, trampolines, large climbing structure, flying fox, swings, rocker, tunnel, music panel and spinner. 

 

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Option 4

Safe Play concept

Safe Play playground concept

This concept includes train refurbishment, climbing / challenge structures, swings, double flying fox, accessible carousel, seesaw, rocker, spinning climber.

 

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Option 5

Proludic concept

Proludic play ground concept

  This concept includes train refurbishment, swings, rockers, large tower with slide, challenge / climbing structures, seesaw, accessible trampoline, accessible carousel and flying fox.

 

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All feedback/votes will be considered, and will help us finalise the preferred design for the Gembrook Leisure Park play space.

Construction is expected to start mid-2019 and be completed by early 2020.