Wyndham City is continuing with its program to improve local parks across the city. Over the next three years Wyndham City Council is investing a further $11.1 million to upgrade 200 Wyndham parks.
The upgrades ensure that the parks are more safe, accessible, comfortable and welcoming for residents.
So far, council have delivered:
61 new park benches
15 drinking fountains
15 newly painted Powercor boxes
20 upgraded play spaces
10,000 new plants
1,500 new trees
2.3km of new concrete paths
The entire play space at Tyrone Street Recreational Reserve in Werribee has been upgraded with new park benches, as well as a new footpath and nature play space.
In Hoppers Crossing a new habitat garden, trees, footpath and bench seating have been installed at Alsace Avenue Walkway, while Thames Boulevard Recreational Reserve in Tarneit has had more than 60 new trees planted and new gardens . It’s also safer with rubber floor installed under the playground and the new bench seating.
This article was originally published in wyndham.vic.gov.au