How can Brownsey Court Park and Lando Avenue Park be improved?

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Artist's impression of the new playground equipment to be installed in Brownsey Court Park, shade shelter not pictured.

Area: Sarina
Published: March 27, 2019 - Consultation has concluded - Current Project


Council is excited to announce that construction on the Brownsey Court Park upgrade will begin in August!

After undertaking public consultation in June 2019, council decided to remove the aged play equipment in Lando Avenue Park and replace it at a new location in Brownsey Court Park. As part of the consultation process, residents were given the opportunity to communicate their priorities for the park upgrade and from the feedback, council developed the schematic design.

The upgraded park, inspired by the community's ideas, will feature a shaded play tower, swing set, seesaw, shaded picnic setting, child safety fencing, water bubbler and shade trees.

Contractors will be on-site to construct and install all elements of the park upgrade from mid-August to September, weather permitting. Brownsey Court Park will be closed to the public for the duration of works and residents are encouraged to visit nearby parks.

Please note that the image above is an artist's impression of the playground equipment only, not a holistic view. Many elements of the park are not pictured, including shade shelters.

Artist's impression of the new playground equipment to be installed in Brownsey Court Park, shade shelter not pictured.

Area: Sarina
Published: March 27, 2019 - Consultation has concluded - Current Project


Council is excited to announce that construction on the Brownsey Court Park upgrade will begin in August!

After undertaking public consultation in June 2019, council decided to remove the aged play equipment in Lando Avenue Park and replace it at a new location in Brownsey Court Park. As part of the consultation process, residents were given the opportunity to communicate their priorities for the park upgrade and from the feedback, council developed the schematic design.

The upgraded park, inspired by the community's ideas, will feature a shaded play tower, swing set, seesaw, shaded picnic setting, child safety fencing, water bubbler and shade trees.

Contractors will be on-site to construct and install all elements of the park upgrade from mid-August to September, weather permitting. Brownsey Court Park will be closed to the public for the duration of works and residents are encouraged to visit nearby parks.

Please note that the image above is an artist's impression of the playground equipment only, not a holistic view. Many elements of the park are not pictured, including shade shelters.

  • Sarina parks to receive new lease on life

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    TWO parks in Sarina are set for a makeover over the next few months.

    Work will start on Brooksfield Drive Park at Sarina Beach in mid-July and Brownsey Court Park in Sarina in August.

    The work will include the installation of a multi-sports half court at Brooksfield Drive Park and a new, fully-fenced playground featuring a themed combo unit, seesaw and swings at Brownsey Court Park.

    Mayor Greg Williamson said council was committed to improving liveability across the whole region.

    “These parks will provide Sarina residents with a place to gather and spend quality time with family and friends while...

    TWO parks in Sarina are set for a makeover over the next few months.

    Work will start on Brooksfield Drive Park at Sarina Beach in mid-July and Brownsey Court Park in Sarina in August.

    The work will include the installation of a multi-sports half court at Brooksfield Drive Park and a new, fully-fenced playground featuring a themed combo unit, seesaw and swings at Brownsey Court Park.

    Mayor Greg Williamson said council was committed to improving liveability across the whole region.

    “These parks will provide Sarina residents with a place to gather and spend quality time with family and friends while providing facilities that encourage active lifestyles,” he said.

    “Construction at Brooksfield Drive Park will be completed in late August and work should wrap up at Brownsey Court Park in late-September, weather permitting.

    “Providing high quality infrastructure and facilities in our regional areas is a high priority for council.

    “Key projects that have been completed in Sarina in recent years including the Visitor Information Centre and Brewers Road shared pathway, and a town centre revitalisation project is on the cards.”

    The new half court facilities at Brooksfield Drive will complement the children’s playground at Owen Jenkins Drive Park and will cater to the interests of older children and teenagers.

    On the other hand, the playground facilities at Brownsey Court Park will appeal to a younger audience and will replace the aged playground equipment in the nearby Lando Avenue Park, which is being removed.

    Brownsey Court Park provides better access and visibility, which is why the play equipment, which includes a roofed shade structure and picnic setting, is being installed at this location.