What makes a great playground? That’s the question we want your answers to as we plan upgrades to another eight playgrounds across Bayside in 2020/21.

Your input will help us create a draft plan for the upgrades, and this will be made available for further community feedback in 2020.

Fill in a short survey to tell us your ideas by clicking through each tab below or come along to a drop in session. Event details are located on each playground survey page.

Surveys close on Sunday 1st December at 5pm.

From Brighton to Beaumaris, over a 10-year plan we're upgrading all 61 playgrounds around the municipality.

Since 2015 we have upgraded 22 of Bayside’s 61 playgrounds. Bayside’s Playground Improvement Plan (2015-25) will see all of Bayside’s playgrounds upgraded with an investment of $10.3M.

You can have your say on what you want to see in:

  • Banksia Reserve, Beaumaris
  • Ashwood Avenue, Highett
  • Old Dairy Reserve, Brighton
  • Royal Avenue Parkland, Sandringham
  • Tjilatjirrin Reserve, Sandringham
  • Landcox Park, Brighton East
  • Beach Park Sandringham Gardens
  • Elsternwick Park South (North), Brighton

Playgrounds are upgraded in accordance to their size, level of accessibility and choice of play and recreational activities.

Each playground has been assessed to determine its priority for upgrade and to understand how much budget to allocate.

Find out how each playground has been classified in the Playground Improvement Plan available in the document library.

The level of supporting infrastructure and service will be determined by each playground’s classification.

Things outside of each project scope include:

  • Changes to dog off leash areas
  • Car parking and access
  • Improving public toilet facilities, aside from the new public toilet proposed at Royal Avenue Park.

Share your ideas