Korimako Reserve Play Area Renewal

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We're creating a new play area in Rochdale Drive, Churton Park, and we'd like to hear your feedback on the draft design.

The proposed features of the new 'Korimako Reserve Play Area' include a family carousel, a swing set with a flying saucer seat, and an activity tower with slides, a rock wall, and a firepole. The design also includes bike racks and a shaded picnic table.

We’d like to hear your feedback on the draft design, please let us know your thoughts by:

  • providing a written submission via this link (you do not need to provide your email address): https://bit.ly/3UmxjNM
  • emailing playgrounds@wcc.govt.nz

Submissions close at 5pm 4 December 2022.

More information

Korimako Reserve will be a neighbourhood play area, that is a handy place for a quick play, with play opportunities for at least one age group. It is designed to service the local neighbourhood within an approximate 600–metre walking distance.

We're creating/renewing these play areas to make them an even better place to play. You can read more about Wellington City Council’s strategic vision and planning for play areas in Wellington in the Play Spaces Policy (2017).

For any other queries, email matthew.beres@wcc.govt.nz

We're creating a new play area in Rochdale Drive, Churton Park, and we'd like to hear your feedback on the draft design.

The proposed features of the new 'Korimako Reserve Play Area' include a family carousel, a swing set with a flying saucer seat, and an activity tower with slides, a rock wall, and a firepole. The design also includes bike racks and a shaded picnic table.

We’d like to hear your feedback on the draft design, please let us know your thoughts by:

  • providing a written submission via this link (you do not need to provide your email address): https://bit.ly/3UmxjNM
  • emailing playgrounds@wcc.govt.nz

Submissions close at 5pm 4 December 2022.

More information

Korimako Reserve will be a neighbourhood play area, that is a handy place for a quick play, with play opportunities for at least one age group. It is designed to service the local neighbourhood within an approximate 600–metre walking distance.

We're creating/renewing these play areas to make them an even better place to play. You can read more about Wellington City Council’s strategic vision and planning for play areas in Wellington in the Play Spaces Policy (2017).

For any other queries, email matthew.beres@wcc.govt.nz

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