Shape a new playground at Algie Park

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We’re designing a fourth play area at Algie Park, Haberfield. The park already has three play areas, which cater to different ages and abilities. We have allocated $110,000 to create an additional play area. What do you think is missing?

A child wearing a black eye mask is swinging on the monkey bars. He is smiling.

New play activities can include:

  • Monkey bars

  • Climbing

  • See-saw

  • Nature play

  • Imaginative play

  • Equipment for older kids

  • and more - we're open to your ideas

What's already been decided?

  • Existing equipment will be kept, including: the swings (two seats and the nest), rockers, hangout station and multi-play unit
  • New rubber soft fall will be installed however, the cracked soft-fall caused by tree roots will be removed and replaced with mulch
  • If budget allows, a new path to the toddlers playground will be installed to improve pram access


Other upgrades happening at Algie Park

  • Lighting upgrade to include two new light poles with LED fittings. We’ll update the community closer to construction
  • Touch-ups to the pain on other play equipment that is in good condition

Have your say

  • Complete the form to let us know what three pieces of equipment you would like to use.

  • Contact us via phone or e-mail

  • Call us via a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service. Call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm on 9335 2156

    • For a free interpreter call via TIS National on 131 450

    • For voice relay call 1300 555 727

    • TTY call 133 677

    • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Comments close Monday, 29 March 2021.


What happens next?

Everyone who gave feedback will be notified when the Engagement Outcomes report is published. The final design will be published on this page.


We’re designing a fourth play area at Algie Park, Haberfield. The park already has three play areas, which cater to different ages and abilities. We have allocated $110,000 to create an additional play area. What do you think is missing?

A child wearing a black eye mask is swinging on the monkey bars. He is smiling.

New play activities can include:

  • Monkey bars

  • Climbing

  • See-saw

  • Nature play

  • Imaginative play

  • Equipment for older kids

  • and more - we're open to your ideas

What's already been decided?

  • Existing equipment will be kept, including: the swings (two seats and the nest), rockers, hangout station and multi-play unit
  • New rubber soft fall will be installed however, the cracked soft-fall caused by tree roots will be removed and replaced with mulch
  • If budget allows, a new path to the toddlers playground will be installed to improve pram access


Other upgrades happening at Algie Park

  • Lighting upgrade to include two new light poles with LED fittings. We’ll update the community closer to construction
  • Touch-ups to the pain on other play equipment that is in good condition

Have your say

  • Complete the form to let us know what three pieces of equipment you would like to use.

  • Contact us via phone or e-mail

  • Call us via a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service. Call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm on 9335 2156

    • For a free interpreter call via TIS National on 131 450

    • For voice relay call 1300 555 727

    • TTY call 133 677

    • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Comments close Monday, 29 March 2021.


What happens next?

Everyone who gave feedback will be notified when the Engagement Outcomes report is published. The final design will be published on this page.


  • What did the community say?

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    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback. We heard from 33 people. The top three suggestions were:

    • Multiplay unit (26 participants)
    • Climbing (14 participants)
    • Imaginative play features (12 participants)

    Read the Engagement Outcomes Report.

    Staff will incorporate the ideas into the design brief where possible, taking into account budget and practical considerations.