Hume City Council is one of Australia’s fastest-growing and culturally-diverse communities and is home to more than 198,000 residents.
Accessible Playgrounds in Hume
Playspaces provide wonderful opportunities for children to be physically active, interact with other children and learn skills such as cooperation, socialising and playing independently. Playspaces with accessible equipment allow children with a disability to have fun and interact with other children. The accessible playspaces in Hume are:
- Galaxy Land, Jacksons Park, 1-25 Betula Terrace, Sunbury (Map382 C8)
- Lions Park, Riddell Road, Sunbury (Map 382 D3)
- Jack Roper Reserve, 217 Camp Road, Broadmeadows (Map 7 B10)
- Melrose Drive Reserve, 300 Melrose Drive, Tullamarine (Map 5 G11)
- Bulla Recreation Reserve, 5-17 Green Street, Bulla (Map 177 B7)
- Craigieburn Gardens, 59 Craigieburn Road, Craigieburn (Map 387 A10)
- Barrymore Road Reserve, 29 Barrymore Road, Greenvale (Map 179 B11)
- Laura Douglas Reserve, King Street, Dallas (Map 7 C4)
- Apex Park, Sunbury Road, Sunbury (Map 382 G5)
- Visy Learning Centre, Hudson Circuit, Meadow Heights (Map 179 H12)
- Johnstone Street Reserve (Rotary Park), Johnstone Street, Broadmeadows (Map 6 F8)
- Livvi’s Place (Craigieburn ANZAC Park), corner Aitken Boulevard and Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn (Map 386 F7)
Features include accessible swings and other play equipment, continuous pathways, accessible entries to playspaces and parking close by. Many of the playspaces have play equipment for a range of ages, and other recreation opportunities nearby such as ovals, basketball half courts, skate parks and public access tennis courts.
- A height adjustable adult-sized changing bench
- A tracking hoist system
- Enough space and
- A safe and clean environment.