Mosman has 13 public playgrounds. These playgrounds vary from simple swings and climbing structures to the latest in playground equipment and play design incorporating public art, educational features and equipment for junior and senior users.
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Countess Park – corner of Awaba and Countess
Curraghbeena Park – Raglan Street towards Curraghbeena Point
Clifton Gardens Reserve – end of Morella Road
Memorial Park – corner of Gouldsbury and The Crescent
Memory Park – corner of Cowles and Wolger
Reginald St Park – between Oswald and Reginald
Plunkett Park – Beaconsfield Road
Reid Park – between Avenue Road and Harnett
Rosherville Reserve – McLean Crescent near Chinamans Beach
The Esplanade – Balmoral Beach opposite Plunkett Road
Sirius Cove Reserve – bottom of Sirius Cove Reserve
Spit West Reserve – western side of Spit Road near the Spit Bridge
Hunter Park – The Esplanade
Playground Improvement Program
Council has adopted a playground improvement program which sees all playgrounds in Mosman progressively improved.
Many issues need to be considered when Council undertakes a playground improvement project. These include the requirements and preferences of local residents, recreational needs of the broader Mosman community, site issues and constraints, existing facilities, location, level of use and available resources. Council undertakes to balance all these issues by consulting with the community, receiving advice from industry and through the judgement and consideration of Councils professional staff and elected Councillors.
Council manages and maintains its playgrounds through its Parks and Sports Fields Management Contract. The contract requires weekly inspections by field staff and formal half yearly inspections and safety reports from industry professionals. Formal reporting is undertaken considering relevant Australian Standards.
Council makes efforts to practically manage and maintain playgrounds with the resources available. Parents and supervisors should satisfy themselves that equipment is safe for use by children under their care before allowing children to play on the equipment.