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Parks & Playgrounds

New Playground in Clovelly ready for Summer

Clovelly’s Bundock Park playground to be re-opened Local families are invited to join a small celebration to mark the opening of a newly built children’s playground at Bundock Park, located alongside Clovelly Beach, on Wednesday 1 December, starting at 3.30pm. The event will include free gelato, entertainment and Council giveaways. The new playground, which has equipment appropriate for children of all abilities, was designed following consultation with the community. Located just south of the previous playground, new equipment includes a basket swing for all ages and abilities, a wooden boat with sensory play items, climbing equipment, toddler play station, seating…

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Parks & Playgrounds

Come see the newly improved Kokoda Park Playground in Kensington

A popular children’s playground at Kokoda Park, Kensington will be re-opened with a small event for local children and their families on Saturday 27 November at 3pm. The event will include free gelato, entertainment and Council giveaways. The newly improved playground, which has equipment appropriate for children of all abilities, was relocated to a larger space and equipment for inclusive and sensory play included in the design. The improved playground includes a basket swing for all ages and abilities, a toddler-appropriate multi-play boat, see-saw, voice tubes for sensory play, rope equipment and a wheelchair accessible carousel for all ages and…

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Health & Wellbeing, Parks & Playgrounds

Good news for Randwick City swimmers

Coming into summer, visitors to Randwick City beaches can swim with confidence knowing that the majority of Randwick City beaches have been graded as ‘Good’ or ‘Very Good’, indicating they are suitable for swimming most of the time. The annual State of the Beaches report, released yesterday from the NSW Government, provides an overview of water quality at 210 swimming locations across the state that are monitored under the Beachwatch and Beachwatch Partnership programs, across NSW. In Randwick City, the monitored swimming spots include Clovelly Beach, Gordons Bay, Coogee Beach, Maroubra Beach, South Maroubra Beach, South Maroubra Rockpool, Malabar Beach,…

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