Overwhelming support for playground at Ocean Shores

A CROWD of about 100 people attended a meeting at Ocean Shores Community Centre to rally support for a children's playground in Waterlily Park.

The plan is based on a Victorian project that involved two community and council co-funded playgrounds, constructed in just five days.

Co-facilitator Gemma Eaton from the Ocean Shores Tennis Club said the aim of the project was to create a hub for the community.

"I was very excited to get that level of support," she said.

"Our next step will be to hold a meeting and start forming working groups for the project.

"We will also have an information stand at the Ocean Shores Open Day on May 9 at the community centre."

"It was a fabulous meeting. They are a passionate community," Ms Smith said.

"After mayor Richardson's presentation I was ready to get out there and start building myself."



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