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Skate and scooter park announced as finalist for leading industry award

Published on 07 May 2019

The City of Ryde has been announced as a finalist at this year’s Parks and Leisure Australia NSW/ACT Awards of Excellence for the new Meadowbank Park skate, scooter and play space facility.

The new facility is in line to be awarded best new facility in the category of playspaces over the value of $500,000. This award is given to a playspace that involves a range of stakeholders, creates a ‘sense of place’ for its local community and aids childhood development.

The Parks and Leisure Australia NSW/ACT Awards aim to encourage best industry practice by recognising excellence in the parks and leisure industry. There were more than 50 projects nominated for this year’s awards over 11 categories. 

The winners of this year’s awards will be announced on 23 May. 

The Meadowbank Park skate, scooter and play space facility opened last month to rave reviews.

Commissioned by the City of Ryde and developed by leading youth space builder, CONVIC, the new facility features a range of components that cater for people of all ages and skill levels.

Click here for more information about the Meadowbank Park skate, scooter and play space facility.

Last updated on 7 May 2019