Project Information

The City of Casey's Playground Strategy identifies sites within the municipality for the installation of new playgrounds. New district and local level playgrounds are funded by the Capital Works Program and are delivered within the financial year. The works will include a playground renewal program which is compliant with Australian Standards.

The City of Casey 2022 renewal program included 14 playgrounds across the municipality. Thank you to our community for providing feedback on your favourite playground. To view the preferred concept designs on each playground please click on the relevant link: Arleon Crescent; Blind Bight Reserve; Bluebird Drive Reserve; Majestic Boulevard Reserve; Manning Close Reserve; Oaktree Reserve; Ray Perry Park; Robinson Recreation Reserve; Lurline Street Reserve; and Brookland Greens Reserve.

Please note that some other playgrounds as part of the 2022 renewal program can be found here on a dedicated project page, including Avebury Park (Berwick), Botanic Ridge Park (Botanic Ridge) and Parkside Boulevard Reserve (Lysterfield South).

2021 Playground Renewal

The 2021 Playground Renewal Program was a great success, please visit here to see which playgrounds were consulted with the community as part of the renewal program.

Consultation closed 12pm Friday 26 August 2022.

The 14 playgrounds to be renewed in 2022/23 are:

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