New multi-use park appeals to all
Published Friday, 25th August 2017
Residents in Bonnyrigg and surrounding suburbs now have a new quality play and recreation area with the unveiling today of Bunker Park in the New Leaf Estate.
Mayor of Fairfield City said Bunker Park is an exciting addition to the area where residents, neighbours and families can meet and enjoy time together.
“Bunker Park gives us the perfect opportunity to get out and about, get some fresh air and be fit and healthy,” Mayor Carbone said.
“I encourage residents to bring a picnic blanket and check out the park, which has a challenging playground for the children, a basketball court and a handball and multiuse court.
“Adults can join in being active or leave the children to it and enjoy the open grassed spaces with a book or bring a coffee and share a chat.
“The park has been landscaped with mature trees, so there’s plenty of shade.
“There are also footpaths and areas to cycle, so whether you want to be active or relax, Bunker Park has something for everyone.
“Bunker Park is another example of Council’s commitment to provide high quality facilities throughout Fairfield City. We are working hard to ensure residents and families have access to these facilities regardless of where they live, their age or ability.”
The park was funded by the NSW Land and Housing Corporation and built by Urban Growth NSW under a developer agreement with Fairfield City Council.