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HCC seeks your say on Bounty Reserve’s new playground

Existing Bounty Reserve Playground
The existing playground at bounty reserve, bligh park © hawkesbury city council

The Hawkesbury City Council invites residents to share what they think about a proposal to replace the existing playground at Bounty Reserve in Bligh Park. 

A survey, covering everything from how residents access the playground on Wetherill Crescent to what kind of play equipment they want, is now available at

The playground plays a special role in the community due to its proximity to nearby sporting facilities. This exciting playground upgrade is scheduled for the 2025/2026 financial year.

According to the Hawkesbury Council, the community’s feedback will be used to develop a detailed plan for the new playground, which will then be placed on exhibition: “We want residents to take five minutes to make their voices heard.”

“Works will include shade, seats, drinking fountain, bin, carpark resurfacing and connections to the pathway from the car park. The softfall will be a combination of much with rubber in key wear areas and the design will incorporate a connection to Country.”

As this project is for Hawkesbury residents, the Council says it is vital that they hear from the park’s users to ensure that they deliver a playground that meets the community’s needs.

Hawkesbury locals are also encouraged to answer the survey about the Frank Mason Reserve’s playground.

To have your say, visit by 11:59 pm, Friday, 5 July 2024.

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