Overview

There is an exciting investment in natural parks in the Clyde and Cranbourne area with a new regional park being planned in Clyde.

The Victorian Government has provided $154 million to deliver the Suburban Parks Program which includes 6,500 hectares of new and upgraded parks. This includes a 120 hectare regional park in Clyde which will be created on Ballarto Road beside a new sports precinct. Together the regional park, sports precinct and adjacent drainage basin will create a large community space three times bigger than the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. This is similar in size to the entire Cranbourne Botanic Gardens including the bushland area.

One of the first steps when creating a new park is making a Park Plan. Before doing this, Parks Victoria wants to hear from the community about your vision and priorities for the new park.

In May and June you can provide input into the Park Plan for this regional park by:

  • Completing a survey below.
  • Attending an online information session (Tuesday 1st June) or community workshop (Saturday 19th June) - you can register in the key events section on this page.

This is the first stage of engagement. There will be further engagement on the final Clyde Park Plan in 2022.

Feedback from stakeholders and community will help Parks Victoria create a Park Plan and set priorities for the park in the future. A summary of engagement results will be made publicly available once the consultation is completed.

Learn about Clyde Regional Park

Clyde Regional Park will be a completely new park.

The community has a chance to help shape the park - what it offers for the community, what will make it special and what will attract people to visit.

This park is being created to provide benefits for the environment as well as the community. Parks Victoria's parks are managed differently to other parks in the city. There will be parts of the park that will be protected for animals and plants with less structures built for recreation. For example, there will be no sports fields as these are provided other nearby sports parks.

We encourage you to read the few slides below to learn about the constraints and opportunities for this exciting new park before completing the survey below.

Privacy collection notice

All submissions (this includes surveys) are public documents within the scope of the Freedom of Information Act 1982. Please do not include personally identifying information in the body of your submission. If you do not wish your submission to be published or to have content from your submission quoted in the Parks Victoria response to consultation, please select the appropriate tickbox in the survey or contact us at engage@parks.vic.gov.au

Parks Victoria is committed to protecting personal information provided by you. Your personal information and the content of your submission will be dealt with in accordance with the Public Records Act 1973, the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic).

The personal contact information you provide will be kept separate from the body of your submission and used to administer the public consultation process only. Your personal contact information will not be provided to any other organisation unless required by law. Your personal contact information may be used by Parks Victoria to update you on this project . You have the option to opt out at any time.

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