Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) Recreation Opportunities

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Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W): Project Update

Thank you to everyone who submitted feedback on the draft Concept Plan for Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W). We received 65 feedback forms and 18 e-mails and letters. You can view the Engagement Summary here. It is our intention to revisit the draft Concept Plan in April/May and identify opportunities to amend the plan to reflect your feedback.

At this point, the timing of presenting the engagement summary along with a revised Concept Plan to the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and Council is undetermined. This relates to the original intention to present the concept plan along with a draft design of the new change rooms. Until we have completed our review of the draft Concept Plan, design work on the change rooms will not commence. We will provide another update once we have a clearer understanding of timing.

We want your ideas and suggestions for informal recreation opportunities that we can provide for the community in Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W).

Background and Project Information

The Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy (APLMS) seeks to grow Park Lands utilisation by 15% over a five year period.

Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (the ‘Park’) is currently home to a range of sports teams and formal sporting activities (including Australian Rules Football, cricket, soccer, netball, ultimate frisbee, Gaelic football and school sports); however, the existing facilities fall well short of community guidelines for inviting and inclusive facilities, and don’t allow optimal use of the outside sporting areas.

We have been working with sporting organisations to develop a plan for improving the existing sports facilities in the Park. On 28 August 2018 Council endorsed a draft Concept Plan for a new community sports pavilion (to replace the existing pavilion) and a 150-space car park in the Park.

Council has also approved changes to car parking conditions on Goodwood Road and on the south side of South Terrace to improve access to the Park.

We now want to incorporate facilities and features into the Concept Plan that complement the proposed sports improvements and enable the entire community to actively enjoy the Park.

Your ideas and suggestions for informal recreation opportunities will help inform the final shaping of the draft Concept Plan for Golden Wattle Park.

You can:

  • complete the on-line questionnaire using the Feedback tab below or here
  • provide your ideas, suggestions and images using the Share your Ideas and Suggestions tab below or here
  • ask a question using the Ask a Question tab below or here

Find out more about creating recreational opportunities in Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra below:

Engagement Pack
Park 21W Concept Plan
FAQs
Please contact for further information


Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W): Project Update

Thank you to everyone who submitted feedback on the draft Concept Plan for Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W). We received 65 feedback forms and 18 e-mails and letters. You can view the Engagement Summary here. It is our intention to revisit the draft Concept Plan in April/May and identify opportunities to amend the plan to reflect your feedback.

At this point, the timing of presenting the engagement summary along with a revised Concept Plan to the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and Council is undetermined. This relates to the original intention to present the concept plan along with a draft design of the new change rooms. Until we have completed our review of the draft Concept Plan, design work on the change rooms will not commence. We will provide another update once we have a clearer understanding of timing.

We want your ideas and suggestions for informal recreation opportunities that we can provide for the community in Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W).

Background and Project Information

The Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy (APLMS) seeks to grow Park Lands utilisation by 15% over a five year period.

Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (the ‘Park’) is currently home to a range of sports teams and formal sporting activities (including Australian Rules Football, cricket, soccer, netball, ultimate frisbee, Gaelic football and school sports); however, the existing facilities fall well short of community guidelines for inviting and inclusive facilities, and don’t allow optimal use of the outside sporting areas.

We have been working with sporting organisations to develop a plan for improving the existing sports facilities in the Park. On 28 August 2018 Council endorsed a draft Concept Plan for a new community sports pavilion (to replace the existing pavilion) and a 150-space car park in the Park.

Council has also approved changes to car parking conditions on Goodwood Road and on the south side of South Terrace to improve access to the Park.

We now want to incorporate facilities and features into the Concept Plan that complement the proposed sports improvements and enable the entire community to actively enjoy the Park.

Your ideas and suggestions for informal recreation opportunities will help inform the final shaping of the draft Concept Plan for Golden Wattle Park.

You can:

  • complete the on-line questionnaire using the Feedback tab below or here
  • provide your ideas, suggestions and images using the Share your Ideas and Suggestions tab below or here
  • ask a question using the Ask a Question tab below or here

Find out more about creating recreational opportunities in Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra below:

Engagement Pack
Park 21W Concept Plan
FAQs
Please contact for further information


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) Recreational Opportunities

    Feedback form closes at 5pm, Friday 4 January, 2019

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