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Wanneroo - Taywood Park, Design and Develop Passive Park

Community engagement has now closed. Comments were submitted from 07/09/2020 to 18/09/2020.


As part of the City of Wanneroo’s Passive Park Development Program, Taywood Park, located at 56F Taywood Drive, is proposed for upgrades in 2021/22 (design) and 2022/23 (construction).

Upgrades are determined in accordance with Local Planning Policy 4.3: Public Open Space. As a ‘Local Park’ Taywoodi Park qualifies for the following:

  • 4 x play equipment items with shade;
  • 3 x benches/seating;
  • 1 x picnic shelter;
  • Internal circulation paths; and
  • Bins as required.

Feedback invited
The City would like to seek feedback from the local community regarding what upgrades you would like to see at the Park. If you would like to provide feedback please complete the online survey by Friday 18 September.

Launch survey

Alternatively if you would like a hard copy of the survey or to complete one over the phone please contact the City’s Community Facilities Planning Officer on 9405 5339 or leisure.planning@wanneroo.wa.gov.au.
Pending the outcomes of the consultation it is anticipated the construction will occur in in the 2022/23 financial year.