Austin Street Park Playground, stage two consultation

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At the City of Subiaco we encourage community involvement to help inform our decision making and we invited you to participate in stage one consultation for Austin Street Park Playground to guide the usage for this space.

Stage two consultation is now closed for the replacement of Austin Street Park playground equipment. Four successfully shortlisted playground concepts are available to be reviewed by the community (please see the four designs in the document library to the right). Shortlisting was completed by City of Subiaco officers with consideration to the community feedback received in November 2020.

Option one

This is a traditional playground featuring a free standing double swing, free standing set of monkey bars, a multi-level cabin structure with a slide and several climbing frames. The play elements are connected with a path made of rubberised softfall surrounded by white washed sand.

Option two

This traditional style playground has an elevated play platform with a puzzle at ground level. There is also a free standing double swing with an all abilities swing. There are multiple climbing options and a freestanding set of monkey bars and a freestanding rocker.

Option three

This is a nature play style timber playground. It features a freestanding double swing over a bed of softfall timber mulch. The playground is a timber cabin with cargo climbing nets and a log scramble to climb up and a slide off one side. There are stepping logs leading in and out of the playground and a limestone wall around the edge with white washed sand as the base.

Option four

This is a nature play style playground with timber elements. A timber deck leads to a set of monkey bar style hand grips to climb. This then leads to a series of climbing webs and a balance beam. This section of playground has a sand base. There is also a set of double swings with a timber frame, this features a basket swing and a rope swing on a base of rubberised softfall. The edge of the playground is constructed with limestone blocks.

Please also see the document library to the right for further information on each design and full illustrations.

The replacement of the play equipment will be guided by community input, available budget and the City's Playspace Strategy.

Play enables children to creatively learn about themselves, other people and the world around them. The City of Subiaco values quality opportunities for play through our best practice approach to playground maintenance, inspection and provision of play spaces that provide diverse play experiences for our community.

How can I be involved?

Stage two consultation for Austin Street Park Playground closed at 5pm on Monday 1 March 2021.

If you would like further information, please contact the City's Operations and Environment Services branch on 9387 0942.

At the City of Subiaco we encourage community involvement to help inform our decision making and we invited you to participate in stage one consultation for Austin Street Park Playground to guide the usage for this space.

Stage two consultation is now closed for the replacement of Austin Street Park playground equipment. Four successfully shortlisted playground concepts are available to be reviewed by the community (please see the four designs in the document library to the right). Shortlisting was completed by City of Subiaco officers with consideration to the community feedback received in November 2020.

Option one

This is a traditional playground featuring a free standing double swing, free standing set of monkey bars, a multi-level cabin structure with a slide and several climbing frames. The play elements are connected with a path made of rubberised softfall surrounded by white washed sand.

Option two

This traditional style playground has an elevated play platform with a puzzle at ground level. There is also a free standing double swing with an all abilities swing. There are multiple climbing options and a freestanding set of monkey bars and a freestanding rocker.

Option three

This is a nature play style timber playground. It features a freestanding double swing over a bed of softfall timber mulch. The playground is a timber cabin with cargo climbing nets and a log scramble to climb up and a slide off one side. There are stepping logs leading in and out of the playground and a limestone wall around the edge with white washed sand as the base.

Option four

This is a nature play style playground with timber elements. A timber deck leads to a set of monkey bar style hand grips to climb. This then leads to a series of climbing webs and a balance beam. This section of playground has a sand base. There is also a set of double swings with a timber frame, this features a basket swing and a rope swing on a base of rubberised softfall. The edge of the playground is constructed with limestone blocks.

Please also see the document library to the right for further information on each design and full illustrations.

The replacement of the play equipment will be guided by community input, available budget and the City's Playspace Strategy.

Play enables children to creatively learn about themselves, other people and the world around them. The City of Subiaco values quality opportunities for play through our best practice approach to playground maintenance, inspection and provision of play spaces that provide diverse play experiences for our community.

How can I be involved?

Stage two consultation for Austin Street Park Playground closed at 5pm on Monday 1 March 2021.

If you would like further information, please contact the City's Operations and Environment Services branch on 9387 0942.

  • Playground designers have used community feedback gained in the first stage of consultation, in conjunction with budget considerations and guidance from the city's Playspace Strategy,  to develop designs for the Austin Street playground replacement. 

    Four design options have been presented and you can now vote for your preferred design. 

    Consultation closes at 5pm on Monday 1 March 2021.

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  • Consultation about the Austin Street Park Playground has now closed. Thank you to everybody who participated in the survey.


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