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Meadowbank Park New Regional Playground and Amenities Building

NSW Government Covid-19 rules - Construction Activity Pause

In line with the recent public health order from NSW Government, construction works have been ceased till further notice except from the urgent works as follows:

  • to ensure the safety or security of the construction site
  • to deal with environmental risks
  • to maintain and ensure the integrity of critical plant, equipment or assets, including partially completed works, that would otherwise deteriorate
  • to receive deliveries of supplies that would otherwise deteriorate
  • to maintain public utilities
  • to ensure the safe operation of existing transport infrastructure
  • by or on behalf of NSW Health in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • because of an emergency.

The site has been made secure to ensure public safety during this period.

Construction Progress Update

A new regional playground and amenities building will be built in Meadowbank based on the Meadowbank Park Masterplan adopted in November 2019. This project is proudly funded by the NSW Government through the Stronger Communities Fund.

The new playground will be accessible and inclusive to children of all abilities and their carers. It will be located adjacent to an existing skate park in Meadowbank Park, with entry and exit points from Ross Smith Avenue, Constitution Road West as well as the existing carpark on the western side of the park.

The playground itself will be fenced to provide a safe contained environment for children. The design includes various play zones including:

  • Active play zones with a range of equipment types and challenges
  • Sand play with interactive sand play elements
  • Nature play zone with discovery and imagination elements
  • Feature water play zone with splash pad and interactive water play elements.

The design includes picnic shelters along with fixed seating for long and short-term use adjacent the various play zones. Shade sails in addition to shade trees are proposed throughout the space to assist in keeping the space cool and comfortable.

The playground design considers both accessible and general parking, including three new accessible spaces proposed within the existing western carpark, along with one new minibus drop-off location off Ross Smith Avenue. The proposed pathway networks allow for easy connections to other existing park areas within the park.

A new amenities building will also be built on the eastern side of the Meadowbank Park. This building will be the primary hub to service sporting user groups visiting the new playground and adjacent sports fields. It will have a brick exterior and Colourbond roof and provide:

  • store rooms
  • sports team changing rooms and showers
  • serviced canteen
  • mechanical plant room to service the proposed adjoining playground water play
  • Australian Standard 1428 (Disability Discrimination Act) compliant accessible public toilets.

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Designs may be subject to change

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Constitution Rd, Meadowbank 2114 View Map

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Constitution Rd, Meadowbank New South Wales 2114

Constitution Rd, Meadowbank 2114

Last updated on 23 July 2021