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Fun for all with three new inclusive playspaces


Georges River Council has opened three new inclusive playgrounds, in Penshurst Park, Simpson Reserve and Paddy Tyler Reserve, offering local residents great spaces to play and socialise.
The new Penshurst Park Inclusive Adventure Playground incorporates play and recreation features that everyone can enjoy, from the young and old, to children, families and carers.
The playspace provides an area for the community to come together, with picnic and barbecue facilities, shelters, seating, new inclusive play equipment, rubber soft fall surfacing and shade sails.
It forms part of the broader Penshurst Park Sporting Hub Project currently under development, which will see the park transformed into a Regional Sporting Hub, bringing a wealth of new sport and recreation amenities to the Georges River area.
Families in Oatley can now enjoy a new inclusive playground at Simpson Reserve, which offers the chance to get active while enjoying a range of activities. The playground includes a multipurpose rebound wall/half basketball court, upgraded cricket nets, and improved play facilities.
Paddy Tyler Reserve in Mortdale is also home to a new inclusive shaded playspace, with play equipment, rubber soft fall surfacing, shade sails and bench seating.
All playgrounds incorporate the NSW Government’s ‘Everyone Can Play’ guidelines, which have been designed to create playspaces where people of all abilities, cultures can access play and recreation facilities.  
For information on Georges River Council, please visit or call 9330 6400.
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