Blue Gum Park / Kurranga: Like The New BMX Tracks?

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Like The New BMX Tracks?

Project Update

The engagement requesting feedback on the BMX tracks before and after the renewal to continue to improve the recreational offering to the community has now closed. Thank you for your feedback. The feedback has been analysed. A report presenting the engagement results has been prepared. Click BMX March -May 2018 Engagement Report to view the report.

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Like The New BMX Tracks?

Project Update

The engagement requesting feedback on the BMX tracks before and after the renewal to continue to improve the recreational offering to the community has now closed. Thank you for your feedback. The feedback has been analysed. A report presenting the engagement results has been prepared. Click BMX March -May 2018 Engagement Report to view the report.

Please check this page for any further updates.


See below for further information on the project and how to get involved:





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  • Project background and information

    over 1 year ago
    Background

    A strategic aim of the City of Adelaide (CoA) is to enhance the role of the Park Lands in increasing levels of physical activity and wellbeing through formal and informal sport and recreation opportunities.

    The BMX track is an ideal facility that achieves this aim, and it is important for CoA to continue to provide a safe BMX facility that is well used by the community.

    The City of Adelaide’s (CoA) 2017/18 asset maintenance and renewal program for recreation facilities in the Park Lands includes the revitalisation of the Kurangga BMX tracks in Blue Gum Park.

    Project Information

    During...

    Background

    A strategic aim of the City of Adelaide (CoA) is to enhance the role of the Park Lands in increasing levels of physical activity and wellbeing through formal and informal sport and recreation opportunities.

    The BMX track is an ideal facility that achieves this aim, and it is important for CoA to continue to provide a safe BMX facility that is well used by the community.

    The City of Adelaide’s (CoA) 2017/18 asset maintenance and renewal program for recreation facilities in the Park Lands includes the revitalisation of the Kurangga BMX tracks in Blue Gum Park.

    Project Information

    During 2017, CoA consulted with riders and families of all ages and abilities to identify the themes that informed the concepts for the renewal.

    The renewal of the Kurangga BMX tracks, which is currently underway, is being delivered in a staged approach between 8 November 2017 and March 2018, and includes:

    • redevelopment of the intermediate track
    • construction of a new beginner and intermediate pump track, and
    • provision of additional amenities and storage

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