Brockman Reserve - Playground Upgrade - Which design would you like?

The City is progressing with an upgrade of the playground equipment at Brockman Reserve and invites your feedback on your preference on the proposed options.

Brockman Reserve is a local park within Dalkeith which provides a playground and grassed open space which services the needs of the residents in nearby streets (usually within a radius of 400 metres or a five-minute walk).

This project is to upgrade the playground to achieve increased accessibility for all users and to ensure the equipment complies with the relevant Australian Standards.

The options presented includes a traditional modular style playground and a nature playground. Both options incorporate an area of rubberised soft fall, for equal access purposes and white sand for therapeutic play purposes.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

If you are not already registered, please register on the "Register to get involved" tab on this page. This registration enables you to participate in this project and any other projects on this site. The City can also send you up-dates from time to time.

  • Please read the information provided, view the proposed designs (nature-based and modular-based) in the document library and read the FAQs
  • Do you have a question? Ask us a question using the tab below
  • Contact a member of the Project Officer (as below) to discuss the proposed options.
  • Check out the two proposed playground options, please vote for your preference using the tab below
  • Please use the feedback tab to provide feedback.

The opportunity to provided back closes at 5pm, Monday, 25 February 2019.

Further updates will be provided on this page as the project progresses.

The City is progressing with an upgrade of the playground equipment at Brockman Reserve and invites your feedback on your preference on the proposed options.

Brockman Reserve is a local park within Dalkeith which provides a playground and grassed open space which services the needs of the residents in nearby streets (usually within a radius of 400 metres or a five-minute walk).

This project is to upgrade the playground to achieve increased accessibility for all users and to ensure the equipment complies with the relevant Australian Standards.

The options presented includes a traditional modular style playground and a nature playground. Both options incorporate an area of rubberised soft fall, for equal access purposes and white sand for therapeutic play purposes.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

If you are not already registered, please register on the "Register to get involved" tab on this page. This registration enables you to participate in this project and any other projects on this site. The City can also send you up-dates from time to time.

  • Please read the information provided, view the proposed designs (nature-based and modular-based) in the document library and read the FAQs
  • Do you have a question? Ask us a question using the tab below
  • Contact a member of the Project Officer (as below) to discuss the proposed options.
  • Check out the two proposed playground options, please vote for your preference using the tab below
  • Please use the feedback tab to provide feedback.

The opportunity to provided back closes at 5pm, Monday, 25 February 2019.

Further updates will be provided on this page as the project progresses.

Do you have some quick feedback on the proposals? If so, please provide your feedback here. Don't forget to complete the online poll to identify your preference for the playground design.
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I think you would get more votes if we didn’t have to create and vertify an account to vote !
I prefer the nature playground, but it would better if it also had swings. Thankyou for giving us the opportunity to submit feedback!

Melhamilton 5 months ago

Prefer naturescape playground

Christine Onley 5 months ago

I would prefer a Nature playground as I live across the road from the reserve

Christine Onley 5 months ago

We live on Brockman Ave and have a young family with children and strongly support the nature play concept

jaredclements 6 months ago