Wallan Community Park upgrade

WHAT'S PLANNED

We’ve prepared some draft plans to upgrade the Wallan Community Park, and we want to hear from you.

Council have identified the opportunity to activate this hidden treasure in the heart of Wallan. The plan proposes to:

  • Upgrade the Windham Street and Wedding Drive entrances
  • Provide a new nature play trail within the large grassed open space
  • Create a new learn to ride space for young riders and scooters

PROJECT STATUS?

A concept design for the project has been prepared and is ready for community input to inform the final the design.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Look at the plans on this page, then you can take our online survey, pick up a hard copy survey at the Wallan Customer and Library Service Centre or take part in our drop in sessions.

Drop in sessions at the park

  • Thursday 27 October from 3.30pm to 4.30pm
  • Monday 31 October from 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Survey closes 9am, Tuesday 8 November.

FUNDING PARTNERS

The $1 million project received $800,000 from the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and $200,000 from Mitchell Shire Council.

WHAT'S PLANNED

We’ve prepared some draft plans to upgrade the Wallan Community Park, and we want to hear from you.

Council have identified the opportunity to activate this hidden treasure in the heart of Wallan. The plan proposes to:

  • Upgrade the Windham Street and Wedding Drive entrances
  • Provide a new nature play trail within the large grassed open space
  • Create a new learn to ride space for young riders and scooters

PROJECT STATUS?

A concept design for the project has been prepared and is ready for community input to inform the final the design.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Look at the plans on this page, then you can take our online survey, pick up a hard copy survey at the Wallan Customer and Library Service Centre or take part in our drop in sessions.

Drop in sessions at the park

  • Thursday 27 October from 3.30pm to 4.30pm
  • Monday 31 October from 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Survey closes 9am, Tuesday 8 November.

FUNDING PARTNERS

The $1 million project received $800,000 from the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund and $200,000 from Mitchell Shire Council.

Page last updated: 11 Nov 2022, 01:34 PM