Alison Street Park

Alison Street Park is a $600,000 project with leisure and recreation features that will make it a great neighbourhood park for the local community to enjoy.  Plans showcase five different play areas, designed to appeal to each age group.


  • Basketball 1/4 court
  • Tree planting to provide shade cover
  • Seating and gathering areas
  • Vibrant landscaping
  • Five individual play areas for each age group


  • Leisure and recreation

Estimated completion date: May 2017

Location: Alison St, Truganina

More information: Alex Fenech, 9742 0777

James Cook Drive Park

Major Projects - James Cook Drive Park

The $450,000 upgrade to James Cook Drive will improve and expand the playground areas while accessibility to the Melbourne Water natural grass channel to the south of the park will be retained.


  • Basketball 1/4 court
  • Playground area will be expanded and include different types of play areas
  • Shade shelter and seating
  • Central lawn area for recreation and ball sports


  • Areas to play and to socialise with family and friends
  • Accessibility to the Melbourne Water natural grass channel

Estimated start date: March 2017
Estimated completion date: June 2017

Landscape Drive Park

Major Projects - Landscape Drive Park

A $450,000 project, the upgrade of Landscape Drive Park will provide opportunities for different types of play and recreation, for the local community to enjoy! The proposed design includes new seating and shelter.


  • Full sized multi sports court, including ball sports
  • Play terrain and additional playground equipment
  • Shade shelter and seating
  • Tree cover for shade
  • Lawn areas for leisure and recreation


  • Areas to play and socialise

Estimated start date: March 2017
Estimated completion date: June 2017

Lawrie Emmins Motocross Track

The  $700,000 redevelopment of the Lawrie Emmins Motocross Track will provide residents with a safe & legal motorcycling facility.

Features will include:

  • Senior motocross track,
  • Junior track,
  • Accessible toilets,
  • Site office,
  • Car park,
  • Safety upgrades

Estimated completion date: June 2017

For further information or to provide feedback please contact:

Correne Cooper, Leisure Planning and Policy Officer
Ph: 8734 5488   Ext: 2344 

Mainview Boulevard Reserve Pavilion

Mainview Boulevard Reserve Pavilion

Mainview Boulevard Reserve has been developed as part of the Allura Estate Development. Wyndham City will begin constructing a sporting pavilion and car park as part of the $2.7million project.

The reserve includes:

  • two ovals so the pavilion has been designed to oversee both ovals and provide the required amenity to maximise the use of the whole reserve
  • pavillion that will include a social area, kitchen, four change rooms and amenities, storage, umpires rooms and public toilets.

When completeed will provide the local community with a new recreational area to explore new activities and experiences.

Expected Start Date: Dec 2016

Expected Completion Date: Sep 2017

For further information please contact Simon Crawford - Leisure Projects Officer ( or call 8734 5488 (ext:  2080).


Mossfiel Reserve Master Plan

Mossfiel Reserve Master Plan

The Mossfiel Reserve Master Plan was adopted by Wyndham City in 2009. Recently the plan has been reviewed to take into account existing turf infrastructure, the open space being used for access roads, and accessibility to the skate facility.

Re-design works have commenced 2016, which aim to improve the efficiency of the public buildings and shared spaces, and open the reserve to the community as a desirable place to walk, cycle and play.

Benefits of the changes include:

  • Increased multifunctional use of the site for recreational purposes
  • Improved connections to play amenity
  • Increased access for multiple users of new pavilion

Time frames for implementation:


  • Design Pavilion ($300k)
  • Design Landscape/ fields ($250k)


  • Complete construction of pavilion ($3.4m)
  • Start Construction of landscape/ fields ($3.2m)


  • Complete construction of Landscape/ fields

For further information please contact Sarah Sytema, Team Leader - Recreation Policy and Planning via or call 8734 5488 (ext:  2079).

Snowgum Court Park

The $240,000 upgrade to the Snowgum Court Park, Hoppers Crossing includes new recreation and playground equipment. With new landscaping, shelter and seating it will be a great place for the local community to come together and enjoy.


  • Basketball ¼ court
  • Soccer goals
  • Playground areas including climbing cube, swings and musical equipment
  • Seating and shelter
  • Landscaping including 40 new trees and shrubs


  • Areas to play and socialise
  • Leisure, recreation and sport

Estimated completion date- Late January 2017

Talliver Terrace Park (Skeleton Creek Bridges)

A $3.5M project, Talliver Terrace Park - approximately 1.3 hectares in size will showcase a range of facilities for all age groups to explore and enjoy. In addition to the park facilities, there will be two bridges that will connect to a shared path network along Skelton Creek.


  • Netball space for all age groups
  • Basketball space
  • Unique play equipment
  • Natural play activity areas
  • Shelter and barbeque amenities
  • Major pedestrian /cycle bridge over Skelton Creek, supporting healthy and active lifestyles
  • Major pedestrian / cycle bridge over the Melbourne Water channel, supporting healthy and active lifestyles


  • Areas to play and socialise
  • Accessibility to shared paths along Skeleton Creek
  • Connecting two separate communities
  • Access to a newly built park for residents who live west of Skeleton Creek

Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve

Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve

The Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve Master Plan has been completed.

Williams Landing residents will soon be able to enjoy their new state of the art, active open space reserve! The reserve development will create a space where people can engage in health activity and come to together as a community.

The reserve will include:

  • 2 Ovals with flexible space to accommodate multiple sports uses
  • 6 tennis courts
  • Children’s playground
  • Half-court basketball
  • Cricket nets
  • Car park
  • Pavilion including change rooms and community space
  • Shared path network
  • Landscaping

The reserve will be developed in the following stages:


  • Detailed design of the pavilion
  • Completion of detailed design of field and landscape
  • Commencement of construction of fields and landscape


  • Completion of construction of fields and landscape
  • Construction of pavilion

Once the reserve is complete, Council will work with the local community to establish future tenant sporting clubs that are sustainable and inclusive. To register your interest in being involved in or establishing a local sports club, please contact Council’s Leisure Projects Officer via email

For further information on the development of the reserve please contact Correne Cooper, Leisure Planning & Policy Officer on 8734 5488 ext: 2344 or email

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