Planning for Play: Glen Eira's Playground Strategy

Our Have Your Say online survey is now closed and we have completed our face-to-face conversations at our parks and playgrounds.

Thank you for providing us with your feedback. Our team is collating and analysing all of the community's responses and comments about play to help build the Glen Eira Playground Strategy.


Glen Eira Playground Strategy – Community Survey

We called on Glen Eira residents, playground users, supervisors and all lovers of play to help guide the development of our Playground strategy.

We wanted to know how they used local playgrounds or why they didn’t use them. Community member involvement in this survey assisted in setting the future direction for play spaces in Glen Eira.



Play is an activity typically engaged in by young children. It is a way for children to express themselves and interact socially, while being physically active.

There are many benefits of play for both children, and the broader community. Play not only helps children develop important life skills and progress physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally, it also connects communities and enhances the livability of a neighborhood.

Our Have Your Say online survey is now closed and we have completed our face-to-face conversations at our parks and playgrounds.

Thank you for providing us with your feedback. Our team is collating and analysing all of the community's responses and comments about play to help build the Glen Eira Playground Strategy.


Glen Eira Playground Strategy – Community Survey

We called on Glen Eira residents, playground users, supervisors and all lovers of play to help guide the development of our Playground strategy.

We wanted to know how they used local playgrounds or why they didn’t use them. Community member involvement in this survey assisted in setting the future direction for play spaces in Glen Eira.



Play is an activity typically engaged in by young children. It is a way for children to express themselves and interact socially, while being physically active.

There are many benefits of play for both children, and the broader community. Play not only helps children develop important life skills and progress physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally, it also connects communities and enhances the livability of a neighborhood.