Burnside's newest resident needs a name

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A blue tongue lizard has found a forever home in Constable Hyde Memorial Garden - but it has no name.

Tell us what you think its name should be and WIN four tickets to the Regal Theatre for any movie, and any session; plus the winning name will feature on a plaque in the Garden.

The competition is open for children aged 12 and under who live or attend school within the City of Burnside.

Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions below.

Fill in the details below. Entries close Friday 15 March 2019.

Alternatively, please print, fill in and return the form located in the Document Library.


A blue tongue lizard has found a forever home in Constable Hyde Memorial Garden - but it has no name.

Tell us what you think its name should be and WIN four tickets to the Regal Theatre for any movie, and any session; plus the winning name will feature on a plaque in the Garden.

The competition is open for children aged 12 and under who live or attend school within the City of Burnside.

Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions below.

Fill in the details below. Entries close Friday 15 March 2019.

Alternatively, please print, fill in and return the form located in the Document Library.


Competition closed 

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    almost 1 year ago

    The first stage of the redevelopment of Constable Hyde Memorial Garden was officially opened by Mayor Anne Monceaux on Saturday 13 April 2019.

    The Garden features a new play space with fencing, a lawned area, a path surrounding the play space and a 4 metre long blue-tongue lizard sculpture.

    The lizard was sculpted from one section of a River Red Gum that was removed from Philip Avenue, Leabrook, after suffering extensive structural damage during a major storm in 2014. When standing, it was one of the largest street trees in the City of Burnside.

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    The first stage of the redevelopment of Constable Hyde Memorial Garden was officially opened by Mayor Anne Monceaux on Saturday 13 April 2019.

    The Garden features a new play space with fencing, a lawned area, a path surrounding the play space and a 4 metre long blue-tongue lizard sculpture.

    The lizard was sculpted from one section of a River Red Gum that was removed from Philip Avenue, Leabrook, after suffering extensive structural damage during a major storm in 2014. When standing, it was one of the largest street trees in the City of Burnside.

    Local resident Alisha Roberts won a competition to name the lizard. Alisha came up with Tili, as the scientific name of a lizard is Tiliqua. Alisha received her prize of four Regal Theatre tickets from Mayor Monceaux.

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    Open to children 12 years and below.

    Entrants must reside in the City of Burnside; or, if not a resident, attend a school located within the City of Burnside.

    Prize includes four tickets to the Regal Theatre for any movie and any session; the winning name on a plaque displayed near the lizard.

    Winners will be determined by a panel of judges, with the judges' decision being final.

    Council will contact the winner's parent/guardian by telephone to advise of their winning entry.

    The winner must be available for a media photo opportunity at Constable Hyde Memorial Garden playground on Wednesday...

    Open to children 12 years and below.

    Entrants must reside in the City of Burnside; or, if not a resident, attend a school located within the City of Burnside.

    Prize includes four tickets to the Regal Theatre for any movie and any session; the winning name on a plaque displayed near the lizard.

    Winners will be determined by a panel of judges, with the judges' decision being final.

    Council will contact the winner's parent/guardian by telephone to advise of their winning entry.

    The winner must be available for a media photo opportunity at Constable Hyde Memorial Garden playground on Wednesday 3 April 2019; with the image and the winner's name and age included in an edition of the Eastern Courier Messenger.

    The winner must also be available to attend the official open day for the Constable Hyde Memorial Garden playground on Saturday 13 April 2019 for the presentation of prizes.

    Entries close Friday 15 March 2019