How you had YourSay:
We know play areas are important to Canberrans. They're a key element of a vibrant and connected community.
For Molonglo Valley, we want residents and visitors to have easy access to a premier outdoor play space.
To ensure we include the equipment and amenities you want for the new Coombs play space, we asked you through a survey what you think should be included. We also asked you when you'll use the new play space so we can plan an interactive space that suits you and your family.
We are looking at:
The new Coombs play space will be a modern, unique location
for families of all ages. It will include quality landscaping, and will be located
adjacent to the Holden Creek Pond.
We want to design the best play space for your family. There's a variety of equipment open for you to choose from, including:
- in-ground trampoline
- climbing gym
- nature/imagination play areas
- climbing ropes
- spring animals
There are a number of other play spaces which have already been built and opened in the area. Some of these include Link Park, the Coombs Central Reserve and the North Weston Pond Play Space. Check out Coombs’ other recreational spaces here.
Your views are being used to:
Your views are helping to inform what equipment and amenities should be included in the new Coombs play space.
Due to play equipment sizing, your preferred choices have been given to a play space designer who will determine what elements should be included to seek planning approvals and create the best space for all families.
Coombs is located on the eastern side of the Molonglo Valley's arterial road, John Gorton Drive.
With a cleverly designed layout, residents of Coombs enjoy the best of both worlds - a tranquil place to live with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains, and easy connection to facilities that support a thriving community.
Coombs will be home to Molonglo Valley’s first community hub, convenience will be front and centre in Coombs with the construction of the local shops underway and a community facility also planned for the suburb. Charles Weston School is also the first in Molonglo Valley to service the local area.
Coombs is also Canberra’s doorstep to nature, and is surrounded by walking trails, the Molonglo River, bike paths and parks. A fitness circuit with high quality equipment has also been created to make exercise convenient and fun. The 25 fitness stations support flexibility, strength, cardio and balance and are easily accessed by residents of Coombs and Wright with stations dispersed across both suburbs.
To find out more, head to the Suburban Land Agency website here.