Heywood Park Mini Ninja Playspace for Tweens | City of Unley

Heywood Park Mini Ninja Playspace Under Construction

Editor’s Note: the playspace is now open from 26 September 2019 

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Cutting-edge technology and a new playground will be installed at Heywood Park thanks to more than $400,000 of Federal and State Government funding.

The City of Unley was successful in receiving $150,000 from the State Government’s Fund My Neighbourhood initiative to upgrade the Heywood Park Playspace, based on support from local residents.  Construction is now in progress, with the upgrade ‘Mini Ninja’ project aimed at providing obstacle activities for the 10-14 year old ‘tweens’ age group.  It will be constructed in the north eastern corner of Heywood Park.

The design includes new pathways, plantings, rock boulders and playspace and nature play components. The mini ninja obstacle course not only caters for ‘tweens’ but provides a fitness-based outdoor activity in a beautiful location.

Heywood Park has BBQ facilities, picnic benches, toilets, and the established trees offer plenty of shade.

     

 

Heywood Park

The Mini Ninja project construction is happening in conjunction with the smart technology upgrades at Heywood Park.

Images below show the existing playground.

Heywood Park Smart Technology

Cutting-edge technology as well as a new playground will be installed at Heywood Park thanks to more than $400,000 of Federal and State Government funding.

The City of Unley has secured a $264,000 Smart Cities and Suburbs Grant from the Federal Government to integrate smart technology at Heywood Park, improving safety and usability of the popular park and reducing operating and maintenance costs.

Smart technology that will be installed as part of the project includes an electric car charging station, community WiFi, predictive lighting, apps to help people check the availability of car parking and barbecues, and technology to notify the Council when bins need to be emptied, and to minimise and monitor water usage.

The park won’t close during construction, but for about four weeks the pathways will be out of use while they are paved and lighting is replaced, but the main barbecue, recreation and play areas will remain in use.





For more information and all enquiries please visit the City of Unley website.

What:   Heywood Park Mini Ninja Playspace Construction

When:   Reopening 26 September 2019

Where:   Heywood Park | Addiscombe Place, Unley Park 

Who:   Ages 10-14 years

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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