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“BOUNDLESS”, the Centenary of Canberra National Playground, in Kings Park, will be closed until early December for its final stages of construction.
The construction, which will begin on September 4, is supposed to make the playground bigger and better just in time for the summer school holidays.
Boundless Canberra board member Kristen Connell says Canberra’s first “all abilities” playground, will shortly include a giant slide, an amazing sensory garden and extended sun shading.
“The work on the site will be extensive, so to ensure public safety, the Boundless playground will be closed during the installation and construction work,” she says.
“While the Boundless Canberra board appreciates people will miss access to the playground during this time, we stress it will reopen with even more to offer.”
During the construction period, the Boundless Buddies Program will continue at Black Mountain Peninsula every Monday, 10am-11.30am from September 4.
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