New playgrounds and park upgrades across the Bundaberg Region throughout 2023 have helped to enhance local areas while providing even more recreational spaces for the community to enjoy.
The upgraded facilities boast modern designs, incorporating innovative play structures that cater to various age groups.
With a focus on accessibility, these playgrounds aim to ensure that all children, regardless of abilities, can enjoy the recreational spaces.
At 3,600 square metres, the Burnett Shores Park site allows space for both a playground and an open grass kick-about area, in addition to a cantilever shelter with seating and a picnic table.
Located near the entrance to town the Gin Gin Streetscape Playground South upgrade will offer a varied play experience for both residents and visitors to the area.
Bundaberg Regional Council has also refurbished a number of pieces of play equipment, installed multiple new shade sails, and constructed and revitalised shelters throughout the region.
Here's a summary of works in parks and playgrounds in 2023
- Clown swing at Boreham Park.
- Replaced nets at Bargara Foreshore Streetscape (Bargara Turtle Park), Christsen Park and Innes Park Reserve.
- Reorientated play unit at Alexandra Park.
- New rubber softfall at Gin Gin Recreational Reserve.
- New seating at Christsen Park.
New shade sails
- Christsen Park
- George Campbell Park
- Habitat Estate Park
- Life Savers Park
- Mikkelsen Park
- Simpson Park
- South Head Parklands
- War Nurses Memorial Park
Shelters construction and repair
- Buxton Foreshore Park
- Dorothea Mackellar Park
- Innes Park Reserve
- Banksia Park (in progress)
- Apple Tree Creek Community Park (in progress)
- Woodgate Beach Park 2nd Avenue
- Parsloe Park
- Gorman Park Playground Fencing
- Woodgate Beach Amenities Refurbishment
- Baldwin Swamp Environmental Park Shelter Renovation
- Elliott Heads Recreation Plaza