Project status: In progress

The next step

Florey dry land oval

Stage 1 community engagement closed on 7 September 2022 11.59pm. Thank you for contributing ideas and providing feedback on this portion of the Florey dry land oval being refreshed by the ACT Education Directorate.

A ‘What We Heard’ Report summarising the community feedback has now been published.

The feedback received from this stage of the public community engagement will shape the preliminary concept design for the Florey Oval Refresh, which is now being developed in consultation with the school and will be shared here for further feedback.

Stay tuned!

Florey Primary School - student voice

Community members were invited to have their say

We invited community, including children and young people, to have their say through this survey to help shape the future elements of this area.

A summary of the feedback is now available to view.

Our intention is to refresh this open public space creating an accessible natural environment for all ages to enjoy.

Draft designs will be shared with the community for comments before they are finalised.

  • Thank you for sharing your thoughts

    Thank you for providing feedback. The What We Heard Report is now available for viewing. You can find the report at the top of this page (right hand side for desktops).

  • Thank you for attending

    Thank you for attending the pop-up engagements and sharing your thoughts.

    Wednesday 17 August

    5:30pm - 6:30pm at Florey Primary School - closed

    Saturday 20 August

    10:00am - 11:00am at Florey Shops - closed

Why an oval refresh?

The Education Directorate will refresh a portion of the Florey dry land oval to maximise outdoor space for students at Florey Primary School.

We have already heard some great ideas from the school community and through this YourSay, we hope to hear more ideas from the school community and wider community to shape this oval's future.

The ACT Government is committed to delivering natural open spaces that promote a healthier lifestyle for students and the community, providing habitats for wildlife and to mitigate climate change impacts.

The Education Directorate is working closely with Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) on this project and feedback received through this engagement will help shape future plans for the oval.

Planning, design, construction and maintenance will be undertaken in partnership with Florey Primary School, local community, Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS), Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (EPSDD) and other interested stakeholders.

How your comments will shape the project

Your feedback will shape the design, planning and future of Florey dry land oval.