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Lake Pertobe - playspace concept

Lake Pertobe - a new playspace for all

News Article Date: 
Friday, 13 December 2019

New designs for the Lake Pertobe Adventure Park have been released.

The plans are inspired by the community consultation undertaken over 2017 and 2018 that led to the development of the Lake Pertobe Master Plan.

“The plans are really exciting and will help ensure that Lake Pertobe remains a wonderful drawcard for residents and visitors over coming decades,” Warrnambool Mayor Cr Tony Herbert said.

“There is a greater variety of equipment for children to play on, proposed planting that will provide more shade and shelter and there will be more all-abilities equipment.

“The community’s vision that was captured in the Lake Pertone Master Plan is reflected in these designs.

“It’s a safe environment but still provides plenty of excitement with a 9m climbing tower, water play area, swings, a cubby, sand play spaces and agility challenges.

“We’re sharing the plans and asking the community to let us know if there is anything we might have missed in the design.”

The $2.9 million Lake Pertobe upgrade is being funded in equal parts by the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund and Warrnambool City Council.

The playground is a component of the upgrade which will also include a new toilet block at McGennan Car Park, all-abilities paths and a walking trail which will acknowledge the environment and culture of the space.

To view the designs go to

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