The Regional Playspace and Village Green at Casey Fields is one of the most significant play space developments ever undertaken in Victoria and provides play and leisure opportunities for families from Casey and beyond. Casey Fields is located at 160 Berwick - Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East (Melway 134 E7).
It opened in late 2010 on a total site of almost 3 hectares or 30,000 square metres in size and includes:
- Six metre high climbing net and rope bridge
- Adventure hill featuring a birds nest swing, climbing areas and large slide
- Large Pirate Ship play structure
- Liberty Swing for people using wheelchairs
- Climbing mounds and net bridges
- Interactive art sculpture
- Jetty landing into the lake
- Village Green community space
- Extensive landscaping including the planting of large mature trees
- Barbeques and picnic facilities (facility bookings are unavailable)
The adventure hill also feautures views over Casey Fields and is easily reached via gentle accesible paths to the top.
The Casey Fields Regional Playspace and Village Green includes accessible paths and is completely grassed with irrigation supplying Class A recycled water ensuring the entire site remains lush and green all year round.
To view the location of the playground see: Casey Fields Masterplan.
Casey Fields lake is regularly stocked with Rainbow Trout by the Victorian Department of Primary Industries. The new 'jetty' as part of the regional playground will increase opportunities for fishing.