Bicentennial Park New Amenities Mural
Public Amenity Revival
Visitor and community experience of public amenities we know can be the difference between well utilised spaces and not. Council has assessed public amenities across the region and have committed to replacing substandard facilities.
Amenities have been replaced through a staged approach across the region. Consultation across the communities have taken place with designs and colours chosen by the community.
16 public amenities have been replaced as a priority and are:
- Attunga Rest Area - deferred
- Barraba Lions Park
- Barraba Rotary Park - deferred
- Hyman Road Safety Park at South Tamworth
- Manilla Rotary Park
- Tamworth Marsupial Park - deferred
- Moonbi Chook Park
- Moonbi Lookout - deferred
- Jenkins Street in Nundle
- Sheba Dam at hanging Rock
- Tamworth ANZAC Park
- Tamworth Bicentennial Park
- Tamworth Cemetery
- Tamworth Oxley Lookout
- Tamworth Viaduct park.
Completed Viaduct Park amenities
Construction Update - Tamworth Bicentennial Park Public Amenities
4 Key Objectives
Currently more of our toilets are ageing and don't meet modern design and access standards. To improve the situation our Plan is based on the following objectives;
Distribution: Work cooperatively with key stakeholders, to ensure that there is a comprehensive and well-connected network of public toilets at key locations in all areas of high public activity in the Tamworth Region.
Hygiene & Maintenance: Maintain toilets managed by Council to a standard of cleanliness and hygiene to enhance the health and wellbeing of all public toilet users.
Accessibility: Ensure that public toilets are accessible to people of all ages and abilities an promoter their location to all residents and visitors.
Design & Sustainability: Advocate for quality and envorinmentally sustainable design in all public toilet facililties.