Master plans in the City of Whittlese

A master plan is a high level document providing a broad vision for the entire reserve. The master plan does not focus on one specific item or user group, but instead looks at all of the reserve’s features, equipment and users. The master plan aims to find a balance for the needs of all the user groups and the facilities required by the different types of activities. It will outline the improvements required to achieve this balance in a staged action plan. In addition, the plan will need to meet the needs of current and future community and users.

The master plan will look at issues such as:

  • out of date sports and park equipment (including the playground)
  • public access and connections to pathways
  • visibility and safety (including lighting).

The master plan will also consider ways to increase active and passive activities in the reserve. These may include:

  • circuit walking paths
  • picnic shelters and seating
  • informal recreation infrastructure, for example
    • fitness stations
    • bocce courts
    • table tennis
    • multi-courts (basketball, netball, four square)
    • bouldering or climbing structures

What master plans are we working on?

We are currently in the process of phase 2 consultations on a number of master plans in the City of Whittlesea. You can find what we are doing in your local area by entering in your suburb below or clicking on the pinpoints on the map.

Green pinpoints are for master plans currently open for consultation.

Orange pinpoints means we are still working on the plans but not seeking consultation at this point.

Red pinpoints indicates that the master plan is finalised and ready to be implemented.

Alternatively, all our current master plan projects are easily found at the bottom of this page.

Current Projects