Update - November 2022

City of Casey is endeavouring to deliver a new district level Moondarra Drive Playground, Berwick Springs Wetland East.

Due to the unprecedented heavy rainfall in Victoria, the site conditions has become extremely challenging for construction.

We expect the construction period will be extended to the end of January 2023 (Subject to weather conditions). During this time, the entire Playground will be fenced off.

We thank you for your patience and understanding as we deliver this important playground renewal project.


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.

Design Intent

Inspired by the wetland setting, this playspace builds in artistic and sculptural elements like frogs, reeds, fish and turtles to inspire interest in the our natural environment Existing fencing is relocated and new curved panels with images of the wetland included. An additional basket swing, spinner; cubbies, spring boat and a senior climbing and hangout structure are added to a new unit which will replace the existing junior structure. Seats are placed throughout, some constructed from timber recycled from the site, and accessibility is improved with better pathway linkages and activities. New tree planting and native gardens settle the playspace into the parkland.

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Berwick Springs Concept Plan

Reference Images

NOTE: these images represent the 'look and feel' of proposed elements, and are not exact representations of elements for inclusion