An exciting new playground is coming to St Albans Park, with work set to begin on Monday.
The play area is being built with funding from the Commonwealth and NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund.
The new park will include a climbing fort with slides, swings with a nest swing, rockers, obstacle course, voice tubes, puzzle and roundabout.
The design was chosen by the community from three potential options. Hawkesbury City Mayor Patrick Conolly said the play area will provide both locals and visitors with a great place to relax and play together.
“After a challenging couple of years, I know Macdonald Valley families are looking forward to an enjoyable and relaxing summer,” Mayor Conolly said. “This park will be a great gathering place and together with other planned improvements will make this park a focal point of community life.”
St Albans Park will also include a conversation circle, picnic shelters with picnic tables, pathways and community artwork.