WITH the future of the Maylands Waterlands hanging in the balance Bayswater council is holding a visioning workshop for residents on November 17.
Much of the park’s infrastructure is past its use-by date and this could be its last season without a heavy cash injection from the council.
It could cost up to $3 million to fix the water playground, but it’s valued by locals as a place for little ones to have a splash, since nearby Bayswater Waves is meant for older kids.
The council will decide come April 2017 but it’s holding a lengthy consultation process and the workshop’s the next stage. It’s at the Maylands Peninsula Golf Club November 17 at 6pm, and register via engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au
by DAVID BELL