Community Consultation - Park at 29 Blossom Crescent in Cambridge

Council is seeking your feedback and ideas for the design of the new park and playspace at 29 Blossom Crescent in Cambridge.

This park was identified as a priority in the Cambridge Master Plan in 2016 and has subsequently been funded by Council with $350,000 for the 2018-19 financial year.

Given the size and location of the park, it has been categorised as a ‘local community park’ in accordance with our Open Space Strategy Principles. A ‘local community park’ is intended to primarily service residents from the surrounding suburb who will likely arrive by foot. These parks provide informal recreation and parkland space with turfed areas, scattered trees, minor play equipment, seating and walking paths.

Given the categorisation, major infrastructure items such as barbeques or public toilets will not be considered for this site.

We would like your ideas and suggestions for the design, aesthetics and facilities to be provided in this park and playspace.

Below is the draft master plan for the local park.


How to provide your feedback and ideas

Below is an online form for you to provide us with your feedback and ideas.

Alternatively, you can also provide feedback and ideas to us via:

  • Download a PDF copy of the feedback form (below) and either:
    • mail the form to Clarence City Council, PO Box 96, Rosny Park TAS 7018
    • bring the form into Council Offices, 38 Bligh Street, Rosny Park TAS 7018
    • Email the completed form to

A ‘Draw your park’ form (below) can also be downloaded for children to sketch and write their ideas for the playspace and park. This form can be emailed to or delivered to Council Offices at 38 Bligh Street, Rosny Park.

Online Feedback Form - Community Consultation: Park at 29 Blossom Crescent, Cambridge

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Community Consultation Feedback Form - Local Park at 29 Blossom Crescent in Cambridge

Clarence City Council has allocated funding to develop a local park and playspace for the community at 29 Blossom Crescent in Cambridge. The park size and location categorises it as a 'local community park' which is intended to provide informal recreation facilities for residents who will stay for a short while and are generally arriving by foot. The park will be accessible to and suitable for all ages and abilities. Please help us to ensure this local park meets the needs of the Cambridge community by completing the following feedback form.
  • Park Elements (as shown on the master plan)

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  • Childrens Playground

  • For each child, from the list below, rate from 1-5 with choice 1 being the most favourite. Options are: swinging, sliding, spinning (e.g. round about), rocking (e.g. rocking animals), riding or scooting (e.g. on bike from home), nature play (e.g. boulders, river rocks, logs, natural planting, creek beds), jumping/bouncing (e.g. trampoline), climbing (e.g. nets & climbing walls), balancing (e.g. beams and stepping stones), hide-away (e.g. cubby houses & quiet spaces), gliding (e.g. flying fox), digging (e.g. sand pit), game/play panels (e.g. OXO), rolling (e.g. hills), discovering (e.g. clues & trails), hanging (e.g. bars & frames), playable art (e.g. sculptures to interact with), socialising (e.g. social seating areas), ball play (e.g. soccer, football), crawling/clamber (e.g. tunnels, boulders).
  • Council is considering naming the park 'Ovata Park' in reference to the tree Eucalyptus ovata that is endemic to the Cambridge region.

  • If so, please add your email address below.
  • Thank You

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. Children can provide further ideas for the design of the playspace by completing the 'Draw Your Park' activity sheet. To discuss the project further, please contact: Sally Taylor, Landscape Design Officer on 03 6217 9711

Further information and closing date

We look forward to receiving your feedback so that we can ensure the park provides facilities that will best suite the Cambridge community’s needs now and into the future.

If you require further information regarding this project, contact Sally Taylor, Landscape Design Officer, on 03 6217 9711.

The consultation closes on Friday 21 December 2018.