Paradise is a north eastern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It is nearby the Torrens River and popular walking and bicycle commuting paths to the CBD.
Paradise Recreation Plaza is a renewal of an existing space to improve flow, connectivity and activation. TTC were engaged by Campbelltown City Council for the specialist bike park component alongside skate park consultants and landscape architects to design a masterplan valued at approximately $3 million dollars.
We conducted community consultation, concept design and planning services. Community feedback showed 90% were in favour of what we designed. This included interesting dirt jump sections, return line and an asphalt pump track.
We were engaged as part of a project team in a masterplan arrangement to conduct community consultation, concept design and planning services. Community feedback desired the design to include interesting dirt jump sections, return line and an asphalt pump track. The design caters mostly for beginner and intermediate users with skill development lines throughout the space for increased enjoyment. There is a seamless integration to and from the pump track to the skate park. Something truly unique for the area.
Client – Campbelltown City Council.
Build style – Bike Park.
Skill level – Beginner & Intermediate.
Community engagement – Community direction, engagement, ownership and pride.
Location – Darley Road, Paradise, South Australia.