Artwork for the basketball court

As the final stage of the Seabrook Reserve landscape and playspace, Council will be installing an artwork on the basketball half court. We asked for feedback on the selection of an artwork. Over 180 people voted for their preferred artwork. The largest number of people voted for Concept 2. You can see the installed artwork in the panel called 'footage of the completed artwork'.

Construction has been completed!

Construction has now been completed on the landscape and playspace – the final design has incorporated your feedback!

Council has included picnic facilities, park furniture, a flying fox and swings in response to your feedback on the playspace and landscape concept design. The picnic and seating facilities have been developed as a particular focus of the Reserve in response to your feedback requesting more space for gathering and socialising.

Drone footage of playspace with playspace and building design overlayed over the image

The project includes drawings by the students at Broadmeadows Primary School, a native flora and fauna theme with local animals and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung language etched into stone work.

Water, sand and musical play add interpretive play elements to the traditional play equipment utilised in the playspace.

The toilets use rain water run off from the shelter roof to help flush the toilets more sustainably.

The playspace and landscape project at Seabrook Reserve is part of a larger Council upgrade to Seabrook Reserve, including Rugby League pitches, State Rugby League and Community Centre, carparking and pedestrian bridge. Please see the Seabrook Reseve Upgrade project page for more information.

Thank you for your previous feedback on the Seabrook Reserve Playspace and Landscape Concept.

Consultation concluded in 2021, the final design included your feedback. See a summary.