Artwork by local students is being brought out of the classroom and displayed at Des Ugle Park, putting local creativity on show.
A unique display space is one of the new features at the park that have been made possible by the State Government and City of Bunbury.
A new accessible toilet block and connecting footpaths have also been funded as part of the Withers Renewal initiative.
The Bunbury Development Committee has keenly supported this project and chair Robyn Fenech said she was pleased with the new additions.
“The latest round of enhancements will really improve the accessibility of the park to families and groups,” Ms Fenech said.
South West Development Commission chief executive officer Mellisa Teede said the park was now an even better place for families to spend time in, building on years of development.
“Sometimes it’s the smaller things that make the biggest difference,” Ms Teede said.
“Toilets and pathways may not be glamorous, but the new facilities will improve this community asset for people of all ages and abilities.
“It’s not only amenity that has been boosted but also community connections. What I especially like is the panels that will display local artwork and community notices.
“We look forward to seeing more artworks from the community on display in the future.”
Currently on display are the works of students from Maidens Park Primary School.