Project update

Provide feedback on the concept plan

In April 2023, we engaged the community to seek feedback on a new playground at Glover Recreation Reserve. We listened to what you told us and a concept plan has been prepared and is now available for your feedback.

This plan can be viewed below and in the document library. A 3D concept was created to provide a sense of how the space will look.

The design intent for Glover Recreation Reserve playground is to create a vibrant and engaging space that maximizes play and social opportunities despite the site constraints. To complement the energy of the adjacent sports field, the playground features a multi-deck play tower suitable for both junior and senior play. This custom-designed structure will include various play elements such as slides, climbing nets and poles, tunnel bridges, shopfronts, and elevated vantage points, ensuring a diverse range of engaging activities for all age groups.

The playground will also include a double bay swing, a spinner with an accessible surface for all children to join in the fun. A balancing trail will form a circuit in and out of the main path, adding an element of adventure and exploration to the play space.

The proposed design will also address the needs of both playground users and sports enthusiasts by incorporating an updated shared path and multiple seating areas. These seating areas will accommodate visitors from both sections, ensuring a harmonious coexistence between recreational activities.

In line with the aim of creating a harmonious and nature-inspired space, the design will incorporate natural timber and rocks. These elements will not only contribute to a countryside aesthetic but also provide an informal and inviting atmosphere, fostering a sense of connection to nature.

You are invited to provide feedback on the concept plan. In your submission, we encourage you to tell us what you like or would like changed.

Submissions must be made in writing and can be submitted:

  • via the online form below
  • via email to
  • in writing to:
    Landscape Design and Construction
    City of Casey
    PO Box 1000

Submissions close Friday 8 September at 5:00pm and must include a property address and contact phone number.

Project information

Glover Recreation Reserve has been identified for a new local level playground by Council and we are seeking input on the design from the local community. Receiving feedback from the community that will use this facility is an important part of this process.

Due to the constrained nature of the proposed location, and the proximity to key underground services, careful consideration of the play equipment type and size is important. The space will aim to offer a range of fun and exciting play elements for users, for which we are seeking your input.

This project will deliver a new local-level playground, adjacent to the AFL/cricket pavilion, within the established Glover Recreation Reserve, located at 46 Browns Road, Devon Meadows. The re-design of Glover Recreation Reserve is focusing on play facilities targeting pre-school to primary school-aged children (aged under 12 years).

We now invite the community to provide feedback on the playground concept design.

We've included copies of the proposed concept design and site plan for you to view. You can find these in the document library on this page.

Glover Recreation Reserve playground 3D impression
Glover Recreation Reserve playground draft concept plan

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Reference images

NOTE: these images represent the 'look and feel' of proposed elements, and are not exact representations of elements to be included.