Illuta Park, Rasmussen Playground Selection & Improvements

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Townsville City Council is committed to providing parks, sporting fields, and recreational areas with facilities that promote and contribute to the health and welfare of our city.

Through this commitment, Council plans to renew and install new playground equipment based on community selection and improve the community facilities within Illuta Park, Rasmussen.

The Council welcomes you to participate and Have Your Say on the Illuta Park improvements project including selecting what Playground you think would enhance this quality open space environment. Your valuable feedback will contribute to shaping this park and guide Council on decision making and planning open space projects for our city's future.

Why is this project necessary?

  • To improve recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy
  • To promote child development through play
  • To increase inclusive and all-abilities play spaces in Rasmussen

As part of this exciting project, Council plans to deliver:

  • Install new playground equipment based on community selection
  • Installation of a new drinking fountain including a dog bowl, a combination of rubber and sand softfall
  • Construct a new section of the pathway for connection
  • Landscape the playground area
  • Relocation of the existing goal posts within the park

How can you get involved?

Council values community feedback on all of our Open Space projects and invites residents and surrounding visitors of the park to submit their feedback on the proposal to renew the playground based on your selection and improve the facilities for Illuta Park via the short feedback form that is located below.

How long is the consultation period?

Community consultation for the playground selection and improvements to Illuta Park, Rasmussen opens Monday, 31 January and will conclude on Monday, 14 February 2022.

Townsville City Council is committed to providing parks, sporting fields, and recreational areas with facilities that promote and contribute to the health and welfare of our city.

Through this commitment, Council plans to renew and install new playground equipment based on community selection and improve the community facilities within Illuta Park, Rasmussen.

The Council welcomes you to participate and Have Your Say on the Illuta Park improvements project including selecting what Playground you think would enhance this quality open space environment. Your valuable feedback will contribute to shaping this park and guide Council on decision making and planning open space projects for our city's future.

Why is this project necessary?

  • To improve recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy
  • To promote child development through play
  • To increase inclusive and all-abilities play spaces in Rasmussen

As part of this exciting project, Council plans to deliver:

  • Install new playground equipment based on community selection
  • Installation of a new drinking fountain including a dog bowl, a combination of rubber and sand softfall
  • Construct a new section of the pathway for connection
  • Landscape the playground area
  • Relocation of the existing goal posts within the park

How can you get involved?

Council values community feedback on all of our Open Space projects and invites residents and surrounding visitors of the park to submit their feedback on the proposal to renew the playground based on your selection and improve the facilities for Illuta Park via the short feedback form that is located below.

How long is the consultation period?

Community consultation for the playground selection and improvements to Illuta Park, Rasmussen opens Monday, 31 January and will conclude on Monday, 14 February 2022.

  • This public consultation has now closed. Townsville City Council thanks you for your contribution.

    Council welcomes all residents and visitors to participate and Have Your Say in this current open space public consultation. 

    Consultation has concluded
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