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Have your say on plans to transform Moorabbin Reserve parkland

18 January 2017

Kingston Council is preparing to invest $1million to upgrade the open space areas at Moorabbin Reserve and is seeking community input on the Draft Park Plan.

Kingston Mayor David Eden said draft plans for the parkland were developed in consultation with a community working group to ensure the public open space is well considered and integrates with existing plans for a new pavilion, car park, training ground and oval by St Kilda Football Club.

“We’re keen to hear from park users of all ages, dog owners and surrounding residents to ensure the improvements reflect the community’s vision for how the park is used both now and in years to come,” Cr Eden said.

Proposed improvements to the parkland include:  

  • §new walking paths to improve pedestrian movement within the reserve and connection to surrounding streets
  • upgraded surfaces on existing paths
  • §new junior playground at the existing Linton/Perry Street park
  • §new youth area/play space in the northern section of the reserve
  • §new double picnic shelter, barbecue and picnic tables
  • §new exercise station
  • §new lighting on the main path
  • landscaping and tree planting
  • §new bowling club car park.

 

Interested community members can complete an online survey at www.yourkingstonyoursay.com.au by Friday 3 March or send your submission via email to info@kingston.vic.gov.au or post to PO Box 1000 Mentone VIC 3194.

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