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All Abilities Playground Ross Reserve Have your Say

All Abilities Playground Ross Reserve Have your Say

All Abilities Playground Consultation

Greater Dandenong is designing a new premier All Abilities Playground at Ross Reserve in Noble Park.

The All Abilities Playground is being developed by Council, in partnership with the Victorian Government who has provided significant funding support for this project through Sport and Recreation Victoria.

Council began a targeted community consultation process with key user groups since the beginning of the year and is now ready to open up discussion to the wider community on the proposed ideas for the playground.

The playground will offer an inclusive experience for all. It will provide a diverse play environment for children, youth and adults of all abilities. Council wants to create a community playground that is fun, allows for exploration and challenging play where imaginations can run wild. Participating and playing alongside friends and family in an inclusive environment will provide a relaxing and enjoyable social environment. The draft concept design has given considerations to children and adults who may have mobility issues, vision and hearing impairments, and spectrum disorders such as autism.
The playground will be located between the Noble Park Community Centre and Noble Park Aquatic Centre.

Download the site map which shows the location of the All Abilities Playground in Ross Reserve and some highlighted facilities and other concurrent projects

Council will be conducting online and face-to-face surveys with the community to get feedback on the playground’s draft concept design ideas.

Your ideas will help shape the design concept of the all abilities playground.

Have your Say

  • Come along to the drop-in session on Saturday 27 April, 10am -1pm. Meet at the lawn area between the Skate Park and the Noble Park Aquatic Centre, on Memorial Drive, Noble Park

  • Complete the online survey below

  • Email us at

  • Telephone Council on 8571 1000

The consultation closes 5pm on Sunday 5 May 2019.


Online survey