Published on 02 February 2022
A world of new imagination is opening up in Dromana as the George A. Bishop Reserve, receives an upgrade.
The revitalised Reserve includes a new playground with basket swings, shark rockers, turnover bars and spinners to keep your little kids (and big kids) entertained for hours.
We successfully received an $80,000 grant from the State Governments Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and we have funded a further $80,000 for the design and delivery of the project to revitalise the George A. Bishop Reserve.
Located at Point Nepean Road at the Dromana foreshore, the upgraded playground design is in keeping with the character of the existing surrounding. Playground features include:
The playground and recreation Reserve is safe and accessible for everyone and includes new play equipment complying with current Australian Standards.
The playground is due to open on Friday 4 February for everyone to enjoy.
For more information visit: mornpen.vic.gov.au/majorprojects
Quote attributable to Mayor Councillor Anthony Marsh:
“We’re pleased to be able to co-fund this project with the State Government as part of the Parks Revitalisation Grants Program. The revistaliation of George A. Bishop Reserve will bring new life to the area and promote visitor numbers and welcome a variety of different park users.”
Quote attributable to Seawinds Ward Councillors Antonella Celi, Debra Mar and Kerri McCafferty:
“The upgrade to the playground and the Reserve are a destination that will provide our locals and visitors a place for a great day out with the family and to explore our popular Dromana foreshore.”
Pictured L-R: Chris Brayne MP, Councillor Antonella Celi, Project Manager Alex Christie, Councillor Debra Mar, Councillor Kerri McCafferty (with Arlo and Gaia).