Rayment Park Zone

Rayment Park sits adjacent to Lathlain Primary School and Lathlain Place, providing an enjoyable destination for families. The parkland will be enhanced with junior and senior playgrounds, a nature play area, a barbecue and seating area, toilet block, verge car parking and tree and understory planting.

Project Manager

Gregor Wilson
Project Manager for: 
Rayment Park Zone
(08) 9311 8111

Project Updates



Work continues at Rayment Park

January 20, 2017
  • Tree pruning activities – The Town's contractor is currently working on site. They're removing deadwood and some low hanging branches to improve the health of the trees, reduce the potential of branch drop and provide better vision across the park. They won't be removing any trees.


  • Rubber soft fall – The junior kids playground is getting its rubber soft fall installed today and should be finished by early afternoon. Please don’t be tempted to sneak in and use it though! The rubber compound takes up to 24 hours to dry; if it is used before then it can cause damage.


  • Work is continuing on the launch ramp for the senior kids playground flying fox. Unfortunately, it appears some individuals breached the fence yesterday to access the equipment. The Town would just like to remind residents that the playgrounds will be open for use only after the security fences are removed. They are not yet completed and are fenced off for the safety of the public and the equipment.

Playground works begin at Rayment Park

January 13, 2017

It's an exciting time at Rayment Park at the moment! Work on the car park at Petherbridge Street has started, with parking spaces (including a disabled parking bay) to be sloped back into the park so that rainfall will run-off into the reserve. (Pictures 1 and 2)

Playground installation has begun on both sides of the park. The junior kids playground is on the Keyes Street side and will feature shade sails and perimeter fencing. Rubber soft fall will be installed on the ground to help protect the little ones. (Pictures 3 - 7)

The senior kids playground preparation has also started in the Rayment/Petherbridge Street corner. This playground will incorporate a super-fun flying fox as well as other equipment, with soft fall mulch on the ground. (Picture 8)

Upcoming works

  • The sewer connection for the toilet block should be installed by the end of February.
  • Old playground to be removed after completion of junior and senior playgrounds.
  • Picnic shelter, BBQ, seating and gazebo upgrade to be completed after playground installations.
  • Natureplay area to commence in February, finishing in early March.
  • Path network to be installed after completion of the playgrounds and picnic area.
  • New bollard fencing to the reserve boundary.



Rayment Park update

November 23, 2016

Junior and senior playgrounds have been ordered and are expected to be installed early in the new year.

The nature play area has been finalised and the order has gone out (the concept plan can be viewed here).

Construction of the Rayment St car park is almost complete.

The sewer main has been approved by the Water Authority but an installation date is yet to be confirmed.



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