Great field of rings … Ninja park work starts

Works start Monday on construction of Dubbo’s new fitness and fun Park Warrior Ninja course at Sir Roden Cutler Park.

Dubbo Regional Council is sponsoring the innovative project after the Titan Macquarie Mud Run and Club Dubbo submission received the maximum $200,000 from NSW Government’s My Community Project where community voted to select its favourite project.

The My Community grant added to contributions from TMMR and Club Dubbo.

Park Warrior courses are designed to build strength, fitness, and agility while having fun on the spider wall, jungle bars, field of rings, rock hop, the plank, chimney climb and cargo nets.

Council acting manager recreation and open space Benjamin Pilon said the Park Warrior course was expected to be completed just in time for the annual Titan Macquarie Mud Run on 28 March 2020.

Ben said the project included a new 35-bay carpark off the Whylandra Street entrance to Sir Roden Cutler Park. Carpark work is expected to be completed over four months from April.

Titan Macquarie Mud Run has been conducted since 2014, promoting participation, fun, community spirit and personal challenges in a safe environment.


Last Edited: 12 Feb 2020

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