Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands Suburban Parks Program

In 2018, the Victorian Government committed to establish Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands, a 508-hectare parkland near Officer in Melbourne’s south-east.

The parklands are being expanded and enhanced to benefit the environment and the community.

The Victorian Government has provided $154 million to deliver the Suburban Parks Program, to create more than 6,500 hectares of new and upgraded parks and trails. This will include the new 508-hectare Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands stretching from Beaconsfield to Clyde North.

This project will deliver a refresh of the parklands plan and welcome community feedback on the vision and priorities for the parklands.

We acknowledge the Bunurong People as the Traditional Owners of the land known as Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

How to participate

DELWP are inviting the community to help shape the expanded parklands – tell them what you think they offer the community, what makes them special, and what will attract people to visit the parklands in the future.

People can participate online via Engage Victoria, by filling in the survey, providing a submission or attending an online community information session.

We encourage you to read the fact sheets to learn about the opportunities and priorities for these expanded parklands before completing the survey below.

Click here for more.

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