November 4, 2021


Inclusive playspace Livvi’s Place is now open at Riverglade Reserve.

The site off Manning Road is a place where everyone can play, following an official opening today (Thursday 4 November, 2021).

Evander Conroy and Lola Dominguez, young community members who were an integral part of the design and consultation process, cut the ribbon and opened the gates to those eager to try out the new equipment.

Lola said the park was a place that all people could enjoy and have a fun experience.

Evander thanked everyone who made the opening possible.

Hunter’s Hill Council and the NSW Government jointly funded the playspace, working with Touched by Olivia, the charity behind the Livvi’s Place national network of inclusive playspaces.

Hunters Hill Mayor Ross Williams said Livvi’s Place Riverglade was a wonderful recreation area.

“This facility will add significantly to the usability and enjoyment of our community,” he said.

“Not only for the children who play here but families that come along and have an opportunity to talk to each other, learn from each other and play with each other.”

Local State MP Anthony Roberts said it was a park that would be used for generations.

Touched by Olivia director and co-founder John Perkins said the foundation was absolutely thrilled to be a part of the space at Riverglade.

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