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New play and activity spaces for Alexandra


Locals and visitors to Alexandra can now enjoy a modern state-of-the-art play space, linking and expanding the town’s parks with a new pump track.

The recently completed Alexandra Rotary Park and Visitor Activity Precinct in the state’s north east has been supported by $1.05 million from the Government.

The project links Hec Ingram Reserve and the Rotary Park playground together as one precinct to create a larger modernised activity hub for locals and visitors to enjoy at Alexandra.

A new 130-metre-long park has been created along UT Creek with a nature play space adjacent to the existing skate park.

The play space features a sand creek, custom-made totem poles, a water fountain, sound play equipment, seating, and a 4-metre climbing net.

The upgraded Rotary Park has new swings, a giant tree house and two in-ground trampolines added to the existing junior play space. It’s created opportunities for climbing, balancing, and sensory and sound activities to appeal to all ages.

New picnic tables, shelters and park furniture have also been constructed at the Rotary Park to provide an inclusive space for social and family gatherings.

At Hec Ingram Reserve, a new asphalt pump track has been built next to the existing skate park providing more opportunities for people to be active.

The Government is backing local communities with a range of community sport investments, including more than $11 million in the Budget 2023-24 for sport and recreation programs to help keep Victorians active and healthy.

Since 2015, the Government has made a record investment of more than $41 billion in rural and regional Victoria.