The Town of Mosman Park has commenced an upgrade to the boardwalk in this area.
Please see this image for details of the affected area:
Phase one of these works is now complete, with painting commencing soon.
If you have any concerns or questions about these works, please contact our Customer Service team on 9384 1633 or by email to email@example.com
The Town of Mosman Park is inviting residents and visitors to rediscover its treasure trove of public art – featuring both well-known local landmarks including the Dragonfly sculpture by renowned artist and sculptor Ben Juniper - and new additions to the visual landscape. Dragonfly is presently being refurbished and will be reinstalled shortly.
The Town’s new online gallery and map will remind locals about treasures that are well known – including their colourful history, but that may not be well known to those new to Mossie.
Local treasures include artworks created by some of WA’s most reputable artists such as Greg James, Anne Neil, Toogarr Morrison, Tony Jones, Nic Compton, and Ben Juniper (mentioned above).
A walking art tour of Mosman Park has been created so that visitors can meander around the Town, discovering the installations as they go; and the travel route takes in some of Mosman Park’s most stunning human-made (as well as natural) beauty.
Mayor of the Town of Mosman Park, Ron Norris, said he was glad that the important work of photographing and monitoring these important local art installations was underway, and has invited residents and members of the general public to get out and about and enjoy these creations for themselves.
“There is still work to do in this space,” Mayor Norris said, “as our Dragonfly will soon be reinstalled in its rightful place following efforts to improve the sculpture’s concrete platform. This work also coincides with the installation of Tony Jones’ sculpture at Chidley Point early next week. We, as the custodians of these treasures, will continue to do the important work of preserving them on behalf of the community and sharing them with art lovers locally and from further afield.”
An online gallery of these works and a guide to these treasures is available here.
The Grove Library has launched a new kid’s website: thegrovelibrarykids.net The site was developed by The Grove Library's very own young reader guru - Stewart Farley.
Finding the right book can be hard. The Grove Library Kids is a window into the wonderful selection of books available through The Grove Library.
From new releases to a wonderful assortment of book lists; we hope kids will get inspiration to become enthusiastic readers.
Kids can send in reviews; request for books be added to the collection and check out the online resources for younger and
Why not discover it together? Visit www.thegrovelibrarykids.net and begin your journey into books.
Over the past year, the Town of Mosman Park, in partnership with Natsales, have replaced 11 bins around the Town with new bins advertising local businesses.
This trial period has now concluded and we require community feedback and Expressions of Interest on whether to extend and expand this service.
The consultation period begins on 6 May 2017 and concludes on 20 May 2017.
Click on this link to complete the survey or obtain a copy of the survey from the Administration Centre on Memorial Drive, Mosman Park.
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.