North Bank needs a name

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Image of what will be included in the Northbank area.  River play, bbq pavilions, confluence play, gorge play, central picnic lawn, urban plaze, hardcourt, sky walk, wild play area, carparking.


It's 3.2 hectares of pure recreation and play space and it needs a name!

The City of Launceston is calling for community ideas to help name the new $9.15m North Bank redevelopment.

The North Bank redevelopment will include new recreational walking and cycling trails, barbecue facilities, a major new all-abilities playspace, sensory gardens, a parkour area, a 'Sky Walk', events spaces and much more.

  1. Watch the clips outlining the vision and progress of the North Bank site
  2. Look at the photo gallery to see the various play areas and equipment
  3. Read some key suggestions from the Nomenclature Board (the board that approves all place names Australia wide)
  4. Check out some FAQ's and then...
  5. Submit your idea via survey HERE!

This consultation will close on Friday 4 May 2018 at 12 noon.

Following this, the Aldermen will be provided with the list of proposed names (those that meet the Nomenclature Board's Rules for Place Names in Tasmania) and a vote will be held.

The person who suggested the chosen name will win a $500 voucher to spend at a Launceston owned cycle shop of their choice.





It's 3.2 hectares of pure recreation and play space and it needs a name!

The City of Launceston is calling for community ideas to help name the new $9.15m North Bank redevelopment.

The North Bank redevelopment will include new recreational walking and cycling trails, barbecue facilities, a major new all-abilities playspace, sensory gardens, a parkour area, a 'Sky Walk', events spaces and much more.

  1. Watch the clips outlining the vision and progress of the North Bank site
  2. Look at the photo gallery to see the various play areas and equipment
  3. Read some key suggestions from the Nomenclature Board (the board that approves all place names Australia wide)
  4. Check out some FAQ's and then...
  5. Submit your idea via survey HERE!

This consultation will close on Friday 4 May 2018 at 12 noon.

Following this, the Aldermen will be provided with the list of proposed names (those that meet the Nomenclature Board's Rules for Place Names in Tasmania) and a vote will be held.

The person who suggested the chosen name will win a $500 voucher to spend at a Launceston owned cycle shop of their choice.




  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Consultation has concluded
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