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Ashley Park: It’s a park to be seen, not heard!

With Ashley Park’s theme park now closed, the city has taken to social media to announce that the area will become an official theme park with new attractions and attractions that cater to the whole family.

The new park is set to open this week.

Ashley Park: It’s a Park to Be Seen, Not Heard!

is an indoor theme park set to be open to the public at Ashleigh Park in central Perth.

Ahead of the park’s grand opening on Thursday, the City of Perth announced that the new park will include a number of new attractions, including a roller coaster, an interactive ride and a large stage.

The park will feature rides that can be used with children and adults, and the new attractions will include the following attractions:The park’s opening is part of a wider change to the theme park area.

The City of Fremantle said it had decided to re-focus its theme park and the development of new, larger attractions in the park.

This includes a number the park will be opening this week, including the theme-park’s signature roller coaster.

On the flipside, the park is also planning a new indoor attraction, the Rollercoaster.

In a statement, the Parks and Recreation Department said the re-branding was part of the City’s long-term vision for the area, and was aimed at attracting families and children.

“Over the past few years, the theme parks of Central Perth have become an important part of our community and our local businesses,” the statement said.

It added: “This is a time when we need to reallocate some of the attractions and services that are currently available in the parks to ensure the parks remain accessible to families and people with disabilities, including people with mobility issues.”

The statement also noted that the City was also exploring the possibility of selling off the existing rollercoasters, and that more information would be available at a later date.

While some locals have been keen to get involved in the rebranding, others have expressed concerns about the impact the park could have on the area.

“I’ve been trying to keep my eye on the ground but I think there’s been a lot of talk around this park, and people have been getting a little bit nervous,” said one resident, who wished to remain anonymous.

“The park is a bit scary, the people who live in the neighbourhood have a lot to say about it.”

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