KEMPT FIELD PARK
Opened in time for the school holidays in December 2019, Kempt Field Adventure Playground in Kempt Field, Hurstville, was delivered to the community to enhance the lifestyle of Georges River area residents.
Officially opened by Georges River Council mayor Kevin Green, the park was completed along with the new Harold Fraser Oval Clubhouse in Kogarah Bay. "I am delighted to open two significant new community assets that will provide even more opportunity for residents of all ages to enjoy an active lifestyle in the Georges River area," Councillor Greene said.
"The Kempt Field Adventure Playground comprises Phase One of Council's Kempt Field Plan of Management, which will see the park undergo a $6 million transformation.
"The $1.5 million adventure playground has been designed to accommodate all abilities with a number of great features including a flying fox, a children's bike training track, nature based play areas and climbing structures.”
The exciting range of play equipment supplied by Moduplay includes a bespoke Konnecta trail, Wildnet Milan with straight tube slide, 25-metre double Skyrider, 4.5-metre Mammoth Swing, all-access carousel and much more!
The overall park scheme also included shade sails, picnic and barbeque facilities with table settings and shelters, and an all-access amenities block.
"The opening of this fantastic new community infrastructure is timely as we enter the school holidays season, and I have no doubt that they will be extremely well utilised across the summer months and beyond," Cr Greene said.
Funding for the upgrades at Kempt Field Adventure Playground and bike training circuit was supplied by the Federal Government.