Overview

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

We are inviting the community to help shape the expanded parklands – tell us 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 our 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.

Next steps

This is the first stage of engagement. DELWP will consult the community on the vision and priorities for the parklands via the Engage Victoria consultation platform from 3 November 2021 to 30 November 2021, and on the final Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands – Future Directions Plan in April 2022.

A summary report of the feedback will be published on this web page 6 weeks after each consultation stage including a description of how feedback will be considered in the draft Future Directions Plan.

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Collection Notice

The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) is committed to protecting personal information provided by you, in accordance with the principles of the Victorian privacy laws. For more information read DELWP's Information Privacy Policy at www.delwp.vic.gov.au/privacy.

DELWP only uses the personal information in your submission to administer the public consultation process. DELWP or its contracted service providers may use your contact details under confidentiality agreements to survey you about your experience with DELWP.

Your submission has been collected by DELWP to provide feedback about Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands Future Directions Plan, to inform and influence the final Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands Future Directions Plan.

Responses received through the public consultation process will be assessed and analysed to improve and refine the Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands Future Directions Plan. The views and experiences of park users and the community are critical to the success of the Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands – Future Directions Plan. Stakeholder input received during the public consultation process will help ensure that the final Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands Future Directions Plan is comprehensive and able to deliver on the objectives of the Suburban Parks Program.

You may choose how your information is managed. You will be asked to select from the following privacy options when you respond to the survey, provide comments, or upload a submission.

I agree to my submission being made public (including my name and organisation)

I agree to my submission being made public anonymously (not including my name and organisation)

OR

I DO NOT AGREE to my submission being made public.

If you agree to your submission being made public, DELWP may do the following with your submission:

  • Publish a copy of your submission on the Engage Victoria or DELWP website (with or without your name and organisation, depending on your choice).
  • Make your submission available to other Victorian Government agencies (with or without your name and organisation, depending on your choice).
  • Quote directly from your submission in the review documentation (with or without your name and organisation, depending on your choice).
  • Publish the contents of your submission on a Victorian Government website (with or without your name and organisation, depending on your choice), which is accessible worldwide and allows any person to view your submission. Your submission may remain on external servers, even once DELWP has removed it from the Victorian Government website.

All submissions are public documents and may be accessed by any requesting member of the public, unless you request confidential status. Third party personally identifying information will not be published.

If DELWP does not receive the requested information, your submission will not be published on the DELWP website.

You have the right to access and correct your personal information. Requests for access should be sent to the Manager Privacy, PO Box 500 East Melbourne 3002 or contact by phone on (03) 9637 8697.

The DELWP Privacy Policy can be accessed online here: http://www2.delwp.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/5464/DELWP-Privacy-Policy.pdf