Whittlesea Public Gardens is a 14.78 hectare reserve located in Lalor at the western end of Barry Road. The gardens were first opened in 1994.
In September 2018, we adopted a master plan for Whittlesea Public Gardens which outlines a number of objectives and actions that will see Whittlesea Public Gardens upgraded and improved going into the future.
Key objectives of the master plan:
Create an iconic regional park for the northern suburbs
Support the existing local community use and improve access to the gardens
Provide new open space facilities to cater for the expanding local community and to attract new visitors
Improve public safety
Upgrade and expand the existing playground, BBQ and picnic facilities
Upgrade the existing toilet facility
Upgrade the existing path network
Renew existing planting
Integrate future residential development to enhance the gardens environment.
Council is currently working on the design plans for the improvements to the Whittlesea Public Gardens.
You can download a copy of the master plan below.
Have your say:
Provide your feedback on the plans and drawings to help shape the design of the Whittlesea Public Gardens. The survey is open until Monday 13 April 2020.