A water play zone and natural play space will open on Gosford Waterfront by the end of Summer 2021! Hooray!

Funded by the NSW Government, this $10 million project will transform the Central Coast Leagues Club Field into a nature-inspired space with picnic areas, amenities, walkways, an inclusive playground and water play areas. This all gets a big tick from us.

We’re very excited by the inclusion of the ‘tidal terrace’, which will draw water from Brisbane Water at high tide and then drain at low tide to create an ecosystem that changes from hour to hour. It’s fantastic to see these unique and innovative designs being adopted.

The Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) is leading the project and has worked with the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council to create the final designs so that they reflect the local indigenous culture and history.

The site is expected to be open to the public by the end of February.

It’s wonderful to see Gosford waterfront being transformed into a beautiful public space for locals and holidaymakers. We can’t wait!

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