Moorabbin Urban Shopping Village
The Moorabbin Urban Shopping Village is centred around the Moorabbin Train Station at the junction of Nepean Highway and South Road. The Moorabbin Activity Centre Structure Plan outlines the future vision for the centre.
Moorabbin Structure Plan
The City of Kingston has prepared a Structure Plan for the Moorabbin Major Activity Centre in order to provide an integrated response to the change envisaged for this centre over the coming two decades.
Moorabbin Junction Urban Renewal Strategy
The potential of Moorabbin Junction is largely unrealised. Council is working toward reviving the centre to achieve the agreed vision “to actively engage to bring Moorabbin to life by complementing its strong cultural role with a living population that calls it home”.
Moorabbin Station Precinct Implementation Plan
An implementation plan has been jointly developed by Council and VicTrack to make a series of short and medium term objectives that are needed to help make the AxiSpace viable and breathe new life into Moorabbin
Moorabbin Station Forecourt & Arts Link
In 2013, Council funded a $175,000 facelift around the western side of Moorabbin Station and created an improved and safer pedestrian link between Kingston Arts Centre and Moorabbin station.
Managing Moorabbin's Traffic Congestion
The Moorabbin Structure Plan identified key traffic changes in order to manage increased congestion and improve pedestrian safety, these include making Station Street one-way northbound, consolidating Taylor Street and Jasper Road signalised intersections.
Moorabbin Junction Street Art Work
The City of Kingston's first mural linked to the Sub-Urban Art Program has now been completed by local artist James Beattie in the Kingston City Hall car park in Moorabbin and local artist James Beattie.