Jeffries Park makeover now complete

Cessnock City Council is proud to announce the playspace upgrade works at Jeffries Park in Abermain are now complete and open for everyone in the community to enjoy.

Cessnock City Council is proud to announce the playspace upgrade works at Jeffries Park in Abermain are now complete and open for everyone in the community to enjoy.  

This project involved the provision of many challenging and engaging play opportunities through a playground upgrade and improvements to the amenity of the playspace.  

The upgrade has seen more shade, better connectivity via pathway linkages, additional seating, a new bubbler and designated car parking.  

Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent said he is so happy to see the transformation of Jeffries Park and looks forward to seeing the community using this wonderful new space.

“As this project was completed in conjunction with the NSW Government’s Everyone Can Play initiative, Jeffries Park now provides an increased opportunity for safe, inclusive play for people of all ages and abilities.”

“Jeffries Park is one of many park upgrades across the region that we’ve been able to deliver to the community this year, which is something we’re very proud of as a Council,” added Cr Pynsent.

This project was funded by Cessnock City Council in partnership with the NSW Government's Everyone Can Play initiative.

 11/20/2019