Shoalhaven City Council is calling for community input into the design of an all-inclusive playspace (playground) proposed for Mollymook Beach Reserve.
The proposed playground is to be designed to ensure that all children, despite any disabilities, are able to play independently and enjoy being active outdoors.
To assist in delivering this project, Council has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Touched by Olivia in designing the playground.
Founded in 2006 in memory of Olivia Perkins; the Touched by Olivia organisation advocates for happier and healthier children connected by play through Livvi’s Place National Network of inclusive playgrounds.
Mayor, Joanna Gash said Council would be hosting a stall at the upcoming Mollymook Beach Markets to be held on Sunday 31 May to allow local residents to make comment and ask questions about the proposed playground.
“Council has teamed up with the Touched by Olivia Foundation in designing an all-inclusive playground proposed for Mollymook Beach Reserve,” said Clr Gash.
“I encourage local residents to have their say on the proposed design features of the playground and learn more about inclusive play spaces by dropping into the Council stall at the Mollymook Markets.”
“In particular, Council is calling for the community to have their say on many of the design features of the playground including the proposed shade, colours and types of equipment used.”
CONTACT: Mayor, Joanna Gash - 0427 160 170