McDonald Park Play Space – Albion Park Rail
The new regional play space incorporates a variety of graded play opportunities suitable for a range of ages and abilities.
The playful farm theme has been adapted from the history of McDonald Park.
McDonald Park was named after Dick McDonald who owned and farmed the land the park is on today. Dick’s brother was Jack McDonald, Chairman of the Illawarra Cooperative Central Dairy Factory, and his father was Samuel McDonald who farmed at Bellmont, Croom. To find out more about our rich history visit Shellharbour Museum.
Fusion climber with rope netting and rock climb walls
Mound with built-in slide and climbing feature
Variety of swings; nest swing, strap and toddler seat
Cow theme activity tower with slide, rope climber, interactive sensory panels
Mini bicycle track and a pump track
Seating within the play space
Nature play trail; alligator crossing logs, hopping logs, adventure trail tread, rope traverse and log jumps
Rubber soft fall
Client: Shellharbour City Council
Location: McDonald Park – Albion Park Rail
Budget: $750 -$795,000