Have your say on Euroa's Bicentennial Park Play Space upgrades

Euroa’s Bicentennial Park is getting an upgrade and Council is calling on the community to have their say on a preferred play structure.

The park upgrade also includes a bike track where children can safely learn to ride their bikes and scooters.

Council is responsible for providing quality infrastructure for our younger generation to enhance the environment in which we live, work and play. Our children are an important part of our future. We know that play is essential for the development of children and adults. Through play children learn the essential skills they will need in adulthood. The park’s upgrade will ensure the area meets current regulations.

There are two structures to choose from – all you need to do is select your preferred option in the activity below.

★ Option One★ Option Two:
  • double slide
  • bridge access
  • formed obstacle/ steppers
  • mini flying fox
  • monkey bars with associated rope access
  • and mini bouldering access
  • double slide
  • climbing spider web and net
  • monkey bars
  • rope access bridge
  • mini obstacle hangers
  • and walk the plank style access and mini obstacle
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Feedback closes at 5pm on Tuesday, 19 March, 2024.


Select your preferred play structure from the options below