Rinaldo Reserve is set to receive an upgrade

The City’s Landscape Architect has put together plans to improve popular Rinaldo Reserve on Rinaldo and Lavinia crescents.

Like other parks in Coolbellup, the City will brighten up the understorey to existing tree plantings with colourful flowering native shrubs and new trees. 

This planting has proven very popular at Jervis Park in Coolbellup and Macfaull Park in Spearwood, as it encourages wildlife and creates a more attractive appearance for gloomy spots under shady trees.
The City will replace the existing ageing barbecue and shelter with a new enlarged facility closer to the playground.

The playground equipment is relatively new and is not due for renewal for some time. Instead, the City will install logs and stepping stones to the sand pit, edge the sandpit, install fresh sand and construct a shade structure over the sandpit to make it more welcoming during the heat of the day.

A concept plan has been prepared and residents are invited to provide feedback by 4pm Friday 18 May. To have your say please visit Comment on Cockburn.

Completion is planned for August, with the work funded by the Coolbellup revitalisation project.

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