What are community courts?

    Community courts offer a range of informal recreation activities for park users. They might include facilities for 3 on 3 basketball, netball, table tennis or other activities which will be determined following consideration of all feedback. The courts will be unfenced and will be lit to allow for evening use.

    The courts will be surrounded by paths with low walls and edges to provide skating opportunities for a variety of ages.

    BBQs and shelters will encourage groups to use the courts.

    Who can use the community courts?

    The community courts will be available to all members of the public and open for use at all time. The courts cannot be booked or reserved. 

    Does the project include public toilets?

    Yes, public toilets will be provided as part of the upgrade to the park.

    What is a community plaza?

    The community plaza will be a flexible integrated space for the community to meet. It will be paved with landscaping, seating and shelter. It will include facilities to support pop ups and small community events.

    Does the project include a playspace?

    The concept does not include a traditional playspace. Play opportunities will be provide through the development of discovery play trails which will meander through the woodland landscape of the park. The discovery trails will have logs and rocks with bridges and climbing opportunities and also include interpretive and art elements to allow children to explore and connect with nature.

    Are the sporting ovals currently used for cricket and football part of the park enhancement?

    The sporting ovals are currently licenced by the South Australian Cricket Association and are not part of the concept plan development. The sports grounds are available for the general community to use when they are not being used by the licence holders for games or training sessions.

    Will the running loop and fitness stations be open to the public when the ovals are being used for cricket and other sporting events?

    Yes. All recreation facilities outside the area leased by SACA will be available for use by park users at all times.

    How do I provide my feedback?

    There are several ways in which you can provide feedback:

    Feedback Form
    Complete the Feedback Form which asks specific questions about the project and provides an opportunity for general comments regarding the concept plan for the park.

    Alternatively, comments can be emailed to yoursay@cityofadelaide.com.au.

    What happens to my feedback?

    Your feedback is important and will be used to inform the final concept plan for the park enhancement. 

    Please provide your preferred contact details when you provide feedback so that we can keep you informed. Updates will also be provided online at www.yoursay.cityofadelaide.com.au.

    How do I know my feedback has been received?

    All feedback forms, submissions or correspondence will be acknowledged either by email or in writing so that you know your comments/feedback has been received.