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Wyndham Park, Werribee
Wyndham Park

Entry via Wedge St Piazza, Watton St Werribee

The newly renovated Wyndham Park is ready to welcome you!  Located on the banks of the picturesque Werribee River, this major, $13 million Wyndham City project has transformed the park into a recreation and events hub in the heart of the City Centre.

As well as delivering a range of new attractions including playgrounds, exercise equipment, picnic facilities, walking tracks and improved cycling paths, the upgrade also provides an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the Werribee River and surrounding environment, including additional tress and plants.

Map of Wyndham Park

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I access the park?

The best access point for the park is through Wedge St Piazza, Watton Street, Werribee. 

Where can I park?

There is a range of public car parks located close to the park, in the Werribee City Centre. These include:

  • The large new car park established by Council at the corner of Werribee and Watton Streets, with 200 all-day free spots for anybody to use (access Wyndham park via the Wedge St Piazza and Wyndham Park Pedestrian Bridge);
  • The large public car park on Comben Drive (access Wyndham Park via the Bicentennial Pedestrian Bridge).

There are also drop-off areas in Comben Drive and a number of car parks in and around Watton Street, Synnot Street, and Cottrell Street.

How much did this cost?

The cost of this project is $13 million. The State Government contributed $3.2million via the Growing Suburbs Fund.

Why did you do this?

Wyndham Park is in a prime location, on the banks of the Werribee River, close to a train station and bus interchange, in the heart of the Werribee City Centre. The redevelopment has transformed Wyndham Park into a regional attraction. The improvements will make the park a place where people love to be and create a new venue for community events. This will benefit the Wyndham community and enhance the Werribee City Centre.

Does it have a playground?

Yes, Wyndham Park is home to two playgrounds.

The adventure playground features an 11 metre tower with a spiral slide down from the top of the tower, climbing structures, small see-saws, spinning wheels, and more.

Is the slide metal?

Yes, the slide is an enclosed metal tube. This was the best option to avoid any vandalism to the slide. The entire tower is fire-proof.

Is there a skate park?

While there is no dedicated skate area at Wyndham Park, there are skateable elements throughout the park. If you’re after a skate park in Wyndham, we recommend heading to Baden Powell Drive Reserve in Tarneit, which is home to a regional level skate, BMX and scooter park. There is also a skate park at Hoppers Crossing Youth Resource Centre. The Point Cook Skate Park is also currently undergoing an upgrade – be sure to drop in when it opens after March 2020.

Is there be an off-lead dog park?

The park is dog-friendly, and people are more than welcome to bring their dog to Wyndham Park. There is no dedicated off-lead area, so if you do decide to bring your dog, it’s important they are on a leash. For information on spaces across Wyndham that your dog can be off a leash, visit www.wyndham.vic.gov.au and search ‘Dog Off Lead Areas’.

Is there be CCTV at the park?

Safety is an important part of the design and operation of Wyndham Park. In consultation with Police and the Werribee City Centre Safety Group, it is agreed that clear site lines, lots of activity, good lighting, good maintenance and regular Police patrols are the most effective ways to keep a place safe. CCTV may be used to supplement this in specific circumstances for events and asset protection.

Are there toilets onsite?

Yes, a new centrally located public toilet block has been constructed to ensure visitors don’t have to leave the park to use the bathroom. Extra toilets can be added for events.

Can I hold an activity in the park?

Yes, you can. To find out more contact werribeecitycentre@wyndham.vic.gov.au

Hold an activity in Wyndham Park

Wyndham City is inviting businesses, clubs and groups to hold free activities in the park for the public to enjoy and participate in. 

If you are interested in holding an activity in Wyndham Park please, fill in the short questionaire to register your interest.

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