Leagues Club Park ready for more fun
Leagues Club Park’s nature-inspired play zone is now better than ever, with a resurfaced play pod and slide area making it easier for little feet to get around Gosford’s premier public space.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch said the improved play area has reopened following work to replace the mulched garden with springy rubber softfall surfacing.
“Leagues Club Park is proving popular with local families and these playground improvements will allow even more kids to safely run, climb and slide,” Mr Crouch said.
“Kids like to play their own way and I’m glad that the Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) had the opportunity to provide this new shortcut back up to the slides.
“The softfall surfacing looks fantastic and fits in perfectly with the Park’s natural setting.”
Mr Crouch said Leagues Club Park had also garnered attention from across the State, with HCCDC recently receiving the National Trust NSW’s Judge’s Award and Aboriginal Heritage Awards in the 2021 Heritage Awards.
“Leagues Club Park is a place built by locals, using local materials. This award is a testament to the talent and dedication that we have in the region, including the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council,” Mr Crouch said.
“We’ve created a unique space for the entire community to be proud of, and it’s only getting better.”
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