Airlie Beach builders help at Logan’s Adventure Playground

Airlie Beach builders help out at Logan’s Adventure Playground

Logan’s Adventure Playground

Logan’s Adventure Playground is an exciting playground situated within the Botanical Gardens Precinct of Cannonvale, Whitsundays, Queensland. It is a community based project with Airlie Beach builders and local volunteers coming together to help create a fun space for children to play. From the Logan’s Adventure Playground website:

The playground was named  ‘Logan’s Adventure Playground’  not just after a little boy who lost his  battle with cancer but after the charity in his name which brought a community together to raise so much money to support  families in need.  This playground will be a symbol of what a community can achieve when it pulls together.

The project is for an amazing cause, to keep up to date with the upcoming stages visit their Facebook page.

Airlie Beach Constructions in the News

Our Steve Henley raised the idea to help out with the project and the charitable work even made the Whitsunday Times. From the article by Jacob Wilson:

OUT of the goodness of the hearts of a few local tradies, kids at Logan’s Adventure Playground will soon have a brand new nest swing to play with.

After Steve Henley from Airlie Beach Constructions raised the idea of a “community gig” at the Playground with his boss Tom Robinson, the ball got rolling and progress is well under way.

Since last week, they have been hard at work donating their labour and supplying concrete and other materials for the project.

They were joined by Phil Evans who completed the earthworks and Plants Whitsunday workers who have provided an excavator to install the swing arm.

The nest swing is expected to be completed well in time for the September school holidays which start at the end of this week.

Airlie builders doing charity

The project has two remaining stages and has been boosted by the allocation of funds from the council budget. They are currently in the process of selling off engraved pickets that will enclose the park.

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Image Source: Whitsunday Times

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