Refurbished Lake Domain Playground Re-Opens
Refurbished Lake Domain Playground
27 SEPTEMBER 2012
The popular junior playground at Hamilton’s Lake
Domain has re-opened, after installation of new equipment
and a fresh coat of paint.
The junior play area is one of
the most visited destination playgrounds in Hamilton, and
over the last month Hamilton City Council has installed new
Nagor units as part of the playground renewals
Parks and Open Spaces Manager Sally Sheedy says
the contractors who installed the new equipment have
delivered the project on-time and on-budget, meaning it has
re-opened in time for school holidays.
announced this refurbishment, we received some very positive
feedback from the community. Hamilton families and children
really love this playground, at one of the city’s iconic
locations, so we are very pleased to be able to re-open
it,” Miss Sheedy
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