New ways to splash at Unwin Park

Improved water park includes a water tower, cannons, multiple in-ground sprays and a bridge

  • Aug. 12, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Mayor Dianne Watts joined members of the Newton community as they celebrated the recent opening of the new Unwin Park Water Playground.

Key elements include a water tower, water cannons, multiple in-ground sprays and a bridge that spans the ‘lazy river’ that flows through the playground’s centre.

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