We’re building a new community sporting pavilion in Albert Park
Altona Pier is being redeveloped to provide an improved recreational space for more people to enjoy for many years to come.
Parks Victoria is developing a Precinct Plan for Braeside Park to guide management and community activation opportunities over the next 5-10 years.
Parks Victoria and Melbourne Water are working together to deliver improved visitor facilities at the Redwoods Forest to support increased visitation at the site while protecting the natural values of the park.
A stunning Chelsea Flower Show winning garden is coming to the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden!
We have a project underway to upgrade the Corben Pavilion and install a new power connection down Yarra Bend Road and up to the Corben Pavilion, which will bring life back to the facilities for visitors and sports users.
The David Mandie and Clarke Shields Pavilion at Albert Park is undergoing an extension to provide new changerooms and toilets that increase access for diverse participants in community sport.
Removal of a duplicated and unsafe section of Flinders Pier is proposed as part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to building a sustainable local ports network across Western Port.
Parks Victoria, with the support of Better Boating Victoria, is constructing a purpose built public landing facility at Burndap Lake providing improved access to recreational boating, paddling, fishing and events on the Maribyrnong River.
New parklands are being created in Melbourne’s east from more than 35 hectares of former freeway reserve.
A new nature-based all-abilities playspace has arrived at Jells Park! A $3 million investment has created a playspace that will spark imaginations and encourage active play and include a changing places toilet next to the cafe and visitor centre.
We're delivering a 5 kilometre shared-user trail at Jells Park thanks to a $5.9 million investment from the Victorian Government.
Parks Victoria undertakes maintenance dredging to ensure the continuation of safe boating access within Port Philip and Western Port.
We work year round to prepare Melbourne's parks for bushfire. See the work planned in your park for the 19/20 season.
A $1.7million investment in upgrades to the Merri Creek Parklands will provide improved visitor experience in the park, and help to protect the sensitive ecosystem.
Repairs have reinstated access to the main section of the pier and marina while future planning is undertaken.
To ensure Mordialloc Creek's entrance remains stable and suitable for continued safe boating and pedestrian access for many years to come, we're replacing the deteriorating sheet pile wall.
An investment of $7.67 million will transform the closed Olinda golf course into 34 hectares of community parklands. The closure of the Olinda golf course presented a rare opportunity to create a public space to suit the needs of the whole community
An investment of $1.5 million will fund a range of projects in the Point Cook Homestead precinct. These works will refurbish and maintain some of the heritage buildings on site, and a new toilet facility will be built.
Implementation of key projects from the Point Nepean National Park Master Plan are underway.
A new covered walkway, western groyne, low landing and pier head will be built at Portarlington Harbour.
A major restoration at the historic Queenscliff South Pier is revitalising its prominence in the area's vibrant maritime history and ensuring its survival for many more years.
The inner section of Rye Pier is being rebuilt to make it safe, stronger and more durable, and improve accessibility.
Planning is underway to create a safer and more sustainable harbour and facilities for everyone to enjoy for many more years to come with the development of the Sandringham Harbour Local Ports Area Plan.
A $50.3 million investment to rebuild the St Kilda Pier will give locals and visitors better public open space and better swimming spots, while preserving the historic kiosk. A new curved pier will replace the current pier, with new features that will boost tourism and preserve it for future generations to enjoy.
This page summarises the Urban Parks Active Wellbeing Program being delivered by Parks Victoria.
An $8 million investment will see eight new netball courts and a new pavilion become the heart of inner-city netball
We are building a new all-abilities playscape, a 3.25 km running and walking track and making picnic area upgrades at Wattle Park thanks to a $4.3 million investment from the Victorian Government.