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Anula Greenbelt Exercise Station Trail

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Anula Greenbelt Exercise Station Trail

City of Darwin has committed to providing $3 million towards the Community Infrastructure Municipal Wards Program detailed in the 2020/21 Municipal Plan. This program aims to keep people in employment and make improvements across the city.

A project that has been identified as part of this program is the installation of a new exercise station trail within the Anula Greenbelt.

The Anula Greenbelt is an ideal location for a new exercise trail because of its central location, connectivity with existing pathways, and links between Anula Oval and Lee Point Road, which is well utilised.

Exercise stations are popular in Darwin, with trails located along Nightcliff foreshore, East Point Reserve and Karama. They provide the community with outdoor exercise opportunities, community connection, and activation which suits our tropical lifestyle.

Typically, exercise trails include stations that offer differing exercise experiences such as pull-up bars, chest press, etc. They are generally not large and are not considered to be visually obtrusive.

This project involves an upgrade to the existing exercise station (site 3 on the plans below) and the installation of two new exercise stations to create the exercise trail through the greenbelt.

Below is a plan showing the locations for the new exercise stations and the existing exercise station to be upgraded.

Anula Greenbelt Exercise Station Trail Plans

Works are anticipated to begin in early June 2021 and works to be completed in early July 2021, weather permitting.

08 8930 0300 

darwin@darwin.nt.gov.au

Responsible Officer: Antonios Yiannakos, Project Officer.

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