Major upgrade planned at Clayton South’s Keeley Park
13 February 2017
Clayton South’s Keeley Park will undergo a major upgrade featuring an expanded playground, new exercise equipment and a nature-based play area.
Kingston Mayor David Eden said the works were part of Council’s multi-million investment to improve playgrounds and parks across the municipality.
“The community is invited to have their say on the proposed plan that will transform this key local park,” Cr Eden said.
The proposed works include:
- a new fitness equipment area around the existing basketball half court
- ·new shelter, barbecues and picnic tables to create a social gathering space for the local community
- expanding the playground with a new large climbing net with slide, flying fox, basket swing, UFO spinner and more
- ·nature-based play elements including hand water pump, dry creek beds, sand play and traversable rocks and logs
- improved fencing
- ·new footpaths to improve accessibility within the park.
- replacement of some existing trees with new tree and garden bed planting to provide shade and improve the park appearance.
The community can view the proposed plans and make comment by Friday 17 February at yourkingstonyoursay.com.au