Your Say on How We Play

Closed on Monday, May 15, at 5pm

Wodonga Council’s Playometer is being cranked up again for a new round of playground consultations.

The online tool which is an online calculator for designing and building playgrounds was first rolled out last year.

It allows you to ‘spend’ money from your allocated budget,  choosing what you would ideally install from a range of contemporary play equipment.

Under the council’s playground strategy, playgrounds which are due for refurbishment undergo a review to ensure that facilities continue to meet community needs.

“Wodonga Council is committed to providing high quality play spaces in our city,” Wodonga Mayor Cr Anna Speedie said.

“Before any major changes are made to these play spaces, we want your feedback on how the playgrounds are used – both now and in the future.”

Information sessions are also being held at each of the parks in this renewal round. Please see the tab to the right for details or the map below.

Before any major changes are made to Wodonga’s play spaces, we want your feedback on how the playgrounds are used – both now and in the future.

Use our fun Playometer to see how much you’d spend and on what equipment to help reburbish Wodonga’s playgrounds!

  1. Max Beck Park

    Information Session Saturday, April 29 from 9am to 10am
  2. Herb Harris Park

    Information session Saturday, April 29 10am to 11am
  3. Ernest Condon Corridor

    Information sessions Saturday, April 29 11am to noon
  4. Simon Lane Park

    Information session Saturday, May 6 9am to 10am
  5. John Potter Park

    Information session Saturday, May 6 10.30am to 11.30am

Online submissions

Submissions can be made online (using the online form below), by e-mail or phone.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as Playgrounds Autumn Renewals and will be received up until Monday, May 15, 2017. They can be sent by:




  • Area Code - Phone Number

  • Street Address

    Street Address 2

    City

    State / Province

    Postal / ZipCode

    Country

Privacy statement

Personal and or health information collected by council is used for municipal purposes as specified in the LocalGovernment Act 1989. The personal and or health information will be used solely by Council for these purposesand or directly related purposes. The council may disclose this information to other organisations if required bylegislation. The applicant understands that the personal and or health information provided is for the abovepurpose and that he or she may apply to council for access to and/or amendment of the information. Requestsfor access and or correction should be made to council’s privacy officer.

My idea

We’re looking for ideas for our playgrounds and the five playgrounds listed below.

  • Max Beck Park
  • Herb Harris Park
  • Ernest Condon Corridor
  • Simon Lane Park
  • John Potter Park

Share your ideas by commenting below.





Privacy statement

Personal and or health information collected by council is used for municipal purposes as specified in the LocalGovernment Act 1989. The personal and or health information will be used solely by Council for these purposesand or directly related purposes. The council may disclose this information to other organisations if required bylegislation. The applicant understands that the personal and or health information provided is for the abovepurpose and that he or she may apply to council for access to and/or amendment of the information. Requestsfor access and or correction should be made to council’s privacy officer.

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