Parramatta Playground to be unveiled this Saturday

Paramatta Foreshore Under Construction 2A NEW multi-purpose playground built on the banks of Parramatta River will be unveiled to the public at Parramatta City Council’s Family Fun Day this Saturday.

Western Sydney Wanderers will join Parramatta Lord Mayor John Chedid to celebrate the newly installed children’s playground.

The playground is the first of its kind in Parramatta, featuring a range of features, challenges, themes and experiences, including two slides and water play.

“We’ve incorporated creative play elements and challenges into this playground, including rope climbing, slides, water play and a fireman’s pole,’’ Cr Chedid said.“The new playground won’t just entice little kids, I think we’ll see a lot of big kids using our new play equipment too.’’Cr Chedid encouraged families to come along to the Family Fun Day to help celebrate the opening of the new Parramatta River playground.

Many activities and attractions have been organised, including a petting zoo, giant games, face painting, boat rides, a circus skills workshop and a free barbeque lunch.

“The Family Fun Day is a great opportunity for kids and families to spend quality time together and meet new friends,” Cr Chedid said.

Details: Lord Mayor John Chehid will unveil the playground between 11am and 2pm at Parramatta City Council’s Family Fun Day on Saturday July 13, on the Parramatta River foreshore, between Barry Wilde Bridge and Elizabeth Footbridge, Parramatta

Article reproduced from the Parramatta Holroyd Sun Website 8/7/13 9.30am Written by Aimee Saaib