Outdoor play space upgraded
The Peninsula Leisure Centre creche's outdoor play space has been upgraded at a cost of $16,000 by Central Coast Council.
The works saw a new soft fall area with a racing track design, chalkboards and a basketball ring installed.
According to Council section manager Mr Anthony Burling, the works were the latest in a series being rolled out at the centre.
"Over the last two years, the Peninsula Leisure Centre has undergone more than $576,000 of upgrades including indoor court ventilation, solar pool heating, pool hall and plant room upgrades, new fitness equipment, change room refurbishments, new lockers and fencing.
"The latest improvements to the creche will allow better outdoor play experiences for the children who attend, while our members and guests utilise our pool, gym and fitness classes," Mr Burling said.
Mr Burling also said Council was planning to upgrade the centre's pool heating and ventilation systems as well as to install an outdoor water park.
Media statement, 11 Jun 2019
Anthony Burling, Central Coast Council
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