Timbertown Crescent Playground

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The upgrade of this playground has now been completed. To find out more about other playgrounds being upgraded, visit The Play Space

Thank you for your previous comments for this playground. The replacement of this play space is now complete.

Some of the comments included requests for the removal of the basketball court from the concept, relocation of elements away from adjacent residents fencelines and the inclusion of natural elements such as timber steppers and balance beams.

For more information contact: Kate Whatman on (02) 6581 8111 or email kate.whatman@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Timbertown Crescent has been added to the 12 playgrounds across the Port Macquarie-Hastings area being built or upgraded in the 2015-2016 financial year. To see other playgrounds upgrades visit: The Play Space

Thank you for your previous comments for this playground. The replacement of this play space is now complete.

Some of the comments included requests for the removal of the basketball court from the concept, relocation of elements away from adjacent residents fencelines and the inclusion of natural elements such as timber steppers and balance beams.

For more information contact: Kate Whatman on (02) 6581 8111 or email kate.whatman@pmhc.nsw.gov.au

Timbertown Crescent has been added to the 12 playgrounds across the Port Macquarie-Hastings area being built or upgraded in the 2015-2016 financial year. To see other playgrounds upgrades visit: The Play Space

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    Timbertown Crescent Park Wauchope- From an Early Childhood Educators perspective.

    by garrettgh, over 6 years ago

    I would like to see the following components included in the new design: Shade is a very important component of this play space.

    A variety of sized slides, climbing structures, nature play areas, natural obstacle course of balance beams, and stepping logs , Aboriginal wooden sculpture ( goanna Etc), musical instruments. It would be ideal to have a balance of coloured and natural materials used to build this play space.I would also like to see some seating or a shaded arbour where you could sit with the children. This area would be best suited for younger children, preschool, and early... Continue reading

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    Timbertown Crescent

    by Di, over 6 years ago

    This was such a great park to go to as it was safe and quiet but there is definitely a need for shade. Maybe a picnic table would be nice to. Shade over a double slippery dip would be excellent as they get so hot. Shade sail, logs, natural climbing equipment. Loud noisy natural instruments, eg a fry pan to bang etc.

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    ideas for timbertown crescest park

    by kris, over 6 years ago

    Shade sails, swings, BBQ and picnic tables and water fountain plus what was already there before the disgracful vandals. Some nature play equipment would be good to eg logs to climb/balance on to get the kids to explore their senses instead of just plasic. Alot of kids in the area use this park plus alot of daycare mums.