Premier Play Space Draft Concept Plan

The initial concept designs for a new multigenerational premium play space proposed for the south east neighbourhood has been developed. Earmarked for Bob Gordon Reserve in Bull Creek the concept for the proposed play space incorporates a number of initiatives identified by the Community Reference Group (CRG) as key elements of the space.

From Monday, 10 July - Friday, 4 August 2017 we welcome you to view the concept plan below and tell us what you think by answering a survey. Your feedback will incorporate part of the business case to build the play space, aiming to be presented to Council later in the year.

Some of the City's project team will be available on site on the following dates to meet and discuss the plans in person.

  • Saturday, 22 July, 11.00am - 2.00pm.
  • Tuesday, 25 July, 3.00pm - 5.00pm.

The draft concept plan

To find out more about each numbered feature

  • on a desktop, hover your mouse over the map and click on the yellow nodes
  • on a tablet or mobile device, tap on the map then tap on the yellow nodes

Take the survey

What do you think of the Concept Plan?

On the scale of 1-star to 5-stars, please tell us to what extent do you approve the inclusion and location of each feature in the concept plan.

Overall, what is your level of support for the draft concept plan? Required

A community space with the possibility of having a cafe in the future.

The public toilets will be built with accessible design

This play area will be fenced with swings, slide, see-saw and balancing feature. It will include a UFO themed central climbing piece and accessible elements.

This will include a flying fox and tall climbing net with above-ground walkways and slide.

This will include equipment for older residents and people with all abilities to use. It will include shelter, drinking fountain and a central exercise class area.

This will be designed to be accessible.

This will include an open grassed area for running with an obstacle course. This space can act as an overflow parking area for events.

This area will be designed for free play, BMX events viewing, overflow parking and winter soak.

This will be a specifically designed undulating asphalt track for BMX and will include practice for younger children. It will compliment the existing BMX competition track.

It will include some raised planter beds and different path textures.

It will include a section for water play.

This area will include walkways and the regeneration of the existing Melaleuca bushland.

This area will be for walking the dog and kicking a ball.