Overview

Summary

The Playground Renewal Program features new play equipment and rubber soft-fall surfacing at 10 playgrounds stretching from Cape Tribulation to Craiglie. Works are expected to start mid-March and be completed by the end of June 2020, weather permitting.

Cost of Project

$525,000

JANUARY 2020

Council conducted a letter box drop about the proposed playground at 49 Millman Drive in Craiglie. This proposal is in response to a request from residents, initially received by Council in July 2017,
and again in January 2018. The request was supported by a petition signed by 37 residents.  Read full letter here.

Where are the upgrades?

Port Douglas & Craiglie

Milman Drive Reserve

  • New rubber soft fall
  • New main play unit
  • New swing set

Rex Smeal Park

  • New rubber soft fall around new swing set only
  • New swing set

Bruno Reidwig Park

  • New rubber soft fall around the junior play area only
  • New junior play unit

Mossman

Forest Glen

  • New rubber soft fall around the main play unit and swing set
  • New main play unit

George Davis Park

  • New rubber softfall around new junior play unit
  • New junior play unit

Cooya Beach

Lou Prince Park

  • New rubber soft fall around the new climbing unit
  • New climbing unit

Cooya Esplanade South

  • New rubber soft fall around the main play unit and swing set
  • New swing set

Wonga Beach

Wonga Community Park

  • New rubber soft fall around the main play unit and swing set

Bells Park

  • New rubber soft fall around the main play unit and swing set
  • New swing set

Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation Playground

  • New rubber soft fall around the new main play unit and other existing fixtures.
  • New play unit

Enquiries

For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Council at 4099 9444  or enquiries@douglas.qld.gov.au