Dunningham Reserve Amenities Upgrade

Dunningham Reserve Amenities Upgrade artist Impression

Project snapshot

  • Project summary: Council will build a new permanent pram friendly and wheelchair accessible toilet at Dunningham Reserve, Coogee, to replace the current temporary amenities.
  • Dates: October to November 2022, weather permitting
  • Location: Dunningham Reserve, 3 Baden Street, Coogee NSW 2034
  • Contact officer: Evan Buntoro, Project Manager 02 9093 6000 or evan.buntoro@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Key features

The current temporary toilet block is not wheelchair accessible nor pram-friendly. The new amenities block will be fully accessible and designed to blend in with the coastal location and large green expanse of the park.

Works will include

  • Removal of the existing temporary toilet
  • Building three unisex toilets and one accessible toilet
  • Communal hand wash basins
  • Undergrounding the power connection
  • Extending footpath access to the new amenities

The proposed building will use a modular pre-fabricated design.

Timeline

  • Design completed end of August 2022
  • Construction commences early October 2022
  • Construction completed end of November 2022

Background

As part of its commitment to improving facilities and services for the community, Council will build a permanent public amenities facility in Dunningham Reserve, Coogee to replace the current temporary facilities.

Dunningham reserve is located on the northern headland of Coogee Beach. There is a coastal walk pathway that runs along the southern boundary of the reserve and is frequently used by walkers and joggers. Due to its proximity to Coogee Beach, which is a major tourist attraction, the reserve is popular with both locals and tourists.

More Information

For any further information, please contact:

Evan Buntoro, Project Manager on 02 9093 6000 or evan.buntoro@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Last Updated: 25 October 2022
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