Recently Completed Projects
Enticknap Park was officially opened during September. The all abilities playground is located in East Griffith bordered by Langley Crescent, Grey Street and Murphy Crescent.
The playground caters to different levels of ability and is a place where children, young people and their families can play, socialise and have lots of fun. A brand new state of the art wheelchair accessible BBQ and picnic shelter will allow any and all members of the community to utilise the facility.
The playground features a huge 25m flying fox, 4m high climbing pyramid, sensory zone, basket swing, and a fully wheel chair accessible spinner and sand digger.
The inclusive design of the playground will allow all members of the community the opportunity to use the facility.
Memorial Park Toilet Block & Bandstand
The Griffith Memorial Park Toilet Block and Banstand was officially opened on Friday 4 October.
The upgrades included a full renovation on the toilet block, and the installation of a community stage.
Cricket nets at Jubilee
The Jubliee Oval Cricket Nets were also officially opened on Friday 4 October.
The 4 lane Cricket Net Complex at Jubilee Oval was constructed with thanks to funding secured from the NSW ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Cricket Legacy Fund and Griffith City Council.
The project is a joint initiative between Griffith Cricket Association and Griffith City Council and will see Jubilee Oval become a training hub for Representative and Junior Cricket, taking some of the pressure off other facilities across the area and freeing them up for club cricket training.
The $130,000 project (funded 50/50 with Council and the Cricket Legacy Fund) will also see the existing synthetic wicket resurfaced, as well as the construction of a new synthetic wicket.
The local cricket community have joined forces with the Association and Council and will carry out a series of working bees over the coming weeks to ensure the funding goes as far as possible.