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New public toilet at California Reserve Craigmore

New public toilet at California Reserve Craigmore
Published 5 September 2023
The installation of a new toilet block at California Reserve, Craigmore is set to significantly improve the park experience for locals, just in time for the warm spring weather.

Funded through the Government of South Australia's Community Infrastructure Grants Program, the new amenities will encourage locals to stay and play longer at the park, which was upgraded in 2022.

City of Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty has welcomed the new infrastructure at the popular Craigmore playground.

“We know our residents value their outdoor spaces and we want to ensure they have access to parks and playgrounds where they can stay active and connected,” the Mayor said.

“The new facilities mean people will be able to enjoy all that California Reserve has to offer, for longer periods of time.”

Since its transformation in 2022, California Reserve has become a favoured destination by locals.

“California Reserve has become a popular place to meet and play, following its makeover in 2022, which saw the installation of a new playground, basketball court, plenty of open lawn and new exercise equipment,” the Mayor said.

“I’m sure the addition of the toilet will only make the park even more popular with locals and visitors too.”

Situated strategically between the basketball court and California Road, the newly installed facility is self-cleaning and features an external wall with large imagery that showcases the park’s leafy environment.

The City of Playford is proud to bring this amenity to California Reserve, reaffirming its commitment to community wellbeing and enriching public spaces.