Jindalee foreshore playground to open in late August

Work is underway on a foreshore park and playground in Jindalee. Picture: Martin Kennealey d457596
Jindalee foreshore playground to open in late August
Jindalee foreshore playground to open in late August
Jindalee foreshore playground to open in late August
Work is underway on a foreshore park and playground in Jindalee. Picture: Martin Kennealey d457596

A FORESHORE reserve and playground in Jindalee is expected to open later this month.

Work is under way on $3.5 million foreshore park and playground overlooking the coast at Eden Beach estate and developer Satterley Property Group (SPG) expects it to open in late August.

Slides, multi-level play cubes, climbing structures and a toddler play area with swings and a sand play area, are under construction within the playground, as well as custom shade structures.

The 1.2ha foreshore reserve will also have picnic tables, outdoor settings and barbecue facilities, and trees have been transplanted to the area for shade.

SPG chief executive Nigel Satterley said they were providing facilities for buyers who wanted to live in communities with playgrounds.

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The developer expects a $3 million cafe overlooking the foreshore to open in late 2017, and the 480sq m space should cater for up to 250 patrons.

It will also have public toilets and storage for Surf Life Saving WA.