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Home Council Skate park shade sails to be installed soon

Skate park shade sails to be installed soon

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Innes Park Skate Park is one of two areas undergoing shade sail construction soon.

There will be plenty of shade to keep skating enthusiasts cool when new sails are installed at Innes Park and Burnett Heads skate park later this month.

Fencing and signs will be erected at Innes Park on Friday, 6 March and at Burnett Heads Skate Park on Friday, 13 March before installation begins.

Bundaberg Regional Council's Branch Manager Parks, Sport and Natural Areas Geordie Lascelles said both areas would be closed to the public while the work is proceeding.

He said both skate parks are popular and having shade will extend their use.

Installation is set to be complete by Friday, 20 March at Innes Park Skate Park and Friday 27 March at Burnett Heads Skate Park, weather permitting.

The tender was awarded to local contractor Planet Shade.

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