b'Lane CoveIn FocusLane Cove Council Community Newsletter August 2020Eat Street opening Four New Parks In an unprecedented year Council is pleased to be able to open four this Octobernew community parks within a two month period. Two of the parks are located in Lane Cove village: Cameraygal Park and The Canopy which also includes a playground. The other parks are located in Lane Lane Coves new Eat Street along Birdwood Lane at TheCove North with the completion of the final two stages of Mindarie Canopy will be bursting with flavour when it opens thisPark and the opening of the new pocket park at 552 Mowbray Road. October. Council recently announced that the first four tenancies are Sugarlane, Garcon, Masala Kitchen andCameraygal Park, on the corner of Longueville and Epping Roads, Peanut Butter Jelly. All provide an exciting mix of foodprovides a fresh look to the entrance of the village with its Indigenous-and beverage offerings from experienced operators. inspired garden design. Opened during National Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal themes have inspired a variety of materials, shapes and Find out more: www.thecanopylanecove.com.au native plants in the park such as the six varieties of bush tucker plants and 14 native plant varieties. A number of information plaques Dive into the new outdoor pool throughout the park showcase the history of Cameraygal Country, on which the park and Lane Cove are located. this OctoberThe final two stages of Mindarie Park in Lane Cove North are now complete providing a variety of sports and play equipment for local The new outdoor pool and 800 seat grandstand will officially open onresidents to enjoy. Find out more on page 2the October long weekend. The eight-lane, 50 metre pool provides a flexible setup with a state-of-the-art divider allowing the pool to operate in both 25 metre and 50 metre lengths.New change rooms are located underneath the impressive new grandstand along with on-deck showers. A new marshalling area complete with hearing loops will help provide access to high-quality facilities for competitions and carnivals. The pool and grandstand are fitted with the latest sustainability features including energy efficient lighting, water and energy saving filters, heaters and pumps while an array of solar panels are fitted to the grandstand roof. An adult change facility and accessible toilet are located at pool-deck level andthere is a ramp into the pool for wheelchair access. A new artwork adorning the fence reflects the themes of water and movement and acknowledges how the traditional owners of the landthe Cameraygal peopleengaged with Lane Coves waterways.New Youth CentreLane Cove will be home to a brand new youth centre at 2 Little Street, integrated beneath the new pool grandstand. The space provides young people from across Lane Cove with a safe, fun and exciting space to connect. It includes a new half court basketball court outside, a new music room and an exciting kitchen inside to host Friday Cook Ups and other popular activities. For more information visit www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au/youth1'