THE first stage of the Robinson Reserve redevelopment is nearing completion.
A playground adjacent to Osborne Community Hub is expected to open at the end of July.
Work has started to replace the boundary fence and install irrigation, with turf replacement and planting of shrubs and trees starting soon.
More than 120 trees, mostly native WA species, will be planted and the City of Stirling has commissioned artist Mehdi Rasulle to create a life-size cow and calf sculpture for the reserve.
The yet-to-be installed sculpture represents the reserve’s significance as the site of the Osborne Agricultural Show and its history as a dairy farm.
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