A natural playspace at Central Park in Longueville is now ready for all to enjoy!
Earlier this year an Angophora Costata (also known as a Sydney Red Gum or Smooth Barked Apple) was removed from Central Park for public safety. It is thought to have been planted in the early 1900s and with no competition from surrounding trees, it formed a unique spreading and contorted canopy. After the tree’s removal, Council worked with wood sculpture specialists Timber Creations to create a stunning natural playspace from some of the tree’s limbs to be installed in the park for residents and visitors to sit on, climb on and enjoy.
Central Park is bounded by William Edward Street & Kenneth Street, Longueville.