The Dunedin City Council and Caversham Community Group have developed a concept design to improve Caversham Reserve at 230 South Road.
We want this to be a more attractive and inviting space that will draw the community outdoors. With its interesting history, this reserve holds a special place in the heart of many Caversham residents.
We’ll be making further additions to the park in three stages over three years. The first stage will begin this year and will include a barbeque, seating, tables and paths. The other stages will include children’s play equipment (slide and climbing wall), trees, shrubs and more paths (utilising the large bank while leaving an open field below). The entrance and fences will be upgraded and some fruit trees moved to a better spot.
This is a joint project funded by the community group and the DCC.
A community orchard was planted at the reserve in 2017. Residents and Carisbrook School students have played an active part in looking after the trees.
If you would like to talk to someone about this project, please fill in this Caversham Reserve questions and comments form .
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