Playgrounds at Broulee, Congo and Narooma are set to be upgraded by Eurobodalla Council crews over the next eight weeks.
Playgrounds at Congo, Quota Park Narooma and Candlagan Reserve at Broulee will be replaced with like-for-like equipment and new softfall as part of Council’s playground renewal program.
It follows community consultation about the playgrounds in February.
The playground areas will be cordoned off for the duration of the work, which is expected to take up to three weeks at each site.
Picnic shelters and seating at Malua Bay will also be replaced next month. The picnic shelter, benches, tables and concrete slab adjacent to Kuppa Avenue will be replaced with like-for-like.
The old timber shelters will be removed and a new aluminium shelter, park bench and table will installed adjacent to the playground.
The shelter east of the Batemans Bay Surf Life Saving Club will be replaced and extended, with existing furniture retained.
The parks crew will also extend the inurnment wall of the Narooma Cemetery to enable more inurnments.
For more information about Council’s current works visit www.esc.nsw.gov.au/currentworks