23m-wide labyrinth project for Kyogle
Since then a group known as Friends of the Labyrinth have worked hard to bring the idea to fruition. Kyogle Council are on board with the project and have committed funds and expertise to make it a reality.
The labyrinth has been constructed by council and community in Alcorn Park near the Caravan park/ tennis courts, an area historically known as the bull pen.
The labyrinth measures 23m across and community volunteers have assisted in the construction of the brick and paver labyrinth.
The labyrinth surface comprises of a turfed path suitable for wheelchairs and people with restricted mobility.
The pavers sit flush with the surface to make the area easy for council mowers to maintain and are laser etched with designs, wording and names created by community members.
Artistic embellishments will be added to the surrounds post construction and include a centrepiece. A large wooden portal entrance way has also been contructed at the beginning,(July 2020) with garden beds surrounding the area.
A great way to relax and contemplate is to enjoy a slow walk around its meandering circle and the relax on the seat in the middle.
To find out more about the project simply phone Harmony Walsh on 0416 956 744.