Park adds an­other award to re­sume

Southern Telegraph - - News -

The City of Kwinana’s Ad­ven­ture Park has re­ceived yet an­other ac­co­lade, win­ning the Green Flag Award at the re­cent In­ter­na­tional Parks and Leisure Congress in Mel­bourne.

The Green Flag Award recog­nises and cel­e­brates amaz­ing open spa­ces across the world and is a sign to the pub­lic the space boasts the high­est pos­si­ble stan­dards, is well main­tained and has ex­cel­lent fa­cil­i­ties and ac­ces­si­bil­ity.

Cr Wendy Cooper and the City’s man­ager of engi­neer­ing ser­vices Reza Na­jafzadeh at­tended the cer­e­mony to ac­cept the Green Flag Award on be­half of the City.

Mayor Carol Adams said the award was hard-earned by a team of ded­i­cated and pas­sion­ate staff in­clud­ing land­scape ar­chi­tects, com­mu­nity devel­op­ment of­fi­cers, engi­neers and main­te­nance crew who had all played a part in mak­ing the Ad­ven­ture Park one of the great­est fea­tures of the City.

“We are ab­so­lutely de­lighted to re­ceive the Green Flag Award and it is yet an­other en­cour­ag­ing mark of suc­cess for the Ad­ven­ture Park,” she said.

It is the fourth award for the park, which won the com­mu­nity pro­gram of the year, playspace of the year (over $500k) and park of the year gongs in 2017.

Pic­ture: City of Kwinana

Kwinana's Ad­ven­ture Park has won an­other award.

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