Haig Park Experiments

Haig Park Experiments

Published 16 July 2019

Haig Park Experiments is a project trialling events, activities and light-touch improvements to revitalise Haig Park from June to October 2019. Improvements could be made permanent based on their success and community feedback.

City Renewal Authority has appointed a UC-led consortium, which includes Tait Network, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centre, and Dionysus, to undertake three phases of experiments during the period, starting with the Welcome phase before continuing to Discover and Celebrate phases. There are 26 “experiments” in total.

For more information and to view the full program, visit www.HaigParkCBR.com.au.

The next event coming up can be seen below.

Kids Outdoor Play Day in Haig Park

Let's get physical! Join us for a fun and active day in our city’s backyard.kids outdoor play day

Kids can try out a range of play activities designed to get them moving including tree climbing, slacklining, an obstacle course, nature play, circus skills and aerial sports.

In between all the active fun, take a break to enjoy the arts and crafts, live music and performances.

Visit one of the food stalls to complete your play day with a picnic in the park. Everyone is welcome!

(Play activities recommended for ages 5 to 12).

What: Kids Outdoor Play Day in Haig Park

When: 11am – 3pm, Saturday 20 July 2019

Where: Haig Park, adjacent to Watson and Masson streets, Turner. For exact location visit this link:https://goo.gl/maps/ppUKhahQ2fRbYvMM7