Stage Two of an upgrade to Boreham Park has just been completed with a new toddler swing, water bubbler, shelter area, barbecue and more added to the popular recreational space.
The work follows on from the major refit of new play equipment earlier in the year, with the space offering families and park visitors exciting features including a zero-depth water play area, adventure tower and in-ground trampoline.
Divisional representative Cr John Learmonth said it was fantastic to see the completed works bringing the area to life with an all-new look and feel.
“The upgrade has transformed the space into a modern and exciting place of recreation that local families are loving,” he said.
“This next stage of the upgrade has carried on with the wonderful transformation of the area to include a new water bubbler, barbecue and shelter within the park.
“A new concrete pathway and fresh turf have also been installed in the area along with the replacement of the toddler swing.”
Cr Learmonth said the final stage of the upgrade would be implemented when the popular clown swing makes its way back to the park.
“The clown swing, which is a well-loved piece of equipment for many, was taken down to be refurbished and will eventually be re-installed at Boreham Park,” he said.
The Boreham Park playground upgrade is a joint initiative of Bundaberg Regional Council and the Queensland Government.