About the parklands

We are expanding Cardinia Creek Parklands and linking existing parks and reserves. This will create 508 hectares of parkland for communities from Beaconsfield to Cardinia.

The new, larger parklands will help protect native plants and animals, including new conservation areas and strengthen cultural heritage.

Visitors will be able to enjoy extended walking trails and green, open spaces for healthy outdoor activities.

Where are the parklands?

The parklands sit within the traditional lands of the Bunurong People.  They will stretch from Beaconsfield to Cardinia, around 60 kilometres south east of Melbourne’s CBD.

When can I visit the parklands?

You can visit Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands now. New facilities will be available from mid-2022. The linked parklands will open in stages depending on planning progress.

Timeline

Government commitment to create a ring of parkland around Melbourne

November 2018

Planning phase

2019 - 2022

Community consultation

From late 2021

We are working closely with key partners, stakeholders, Traditional Owners and the community to create the parklands.

Want to get involved?

We plan to consult the community about the parklands from late 2021.

You can register for updates at metro.parkland@delwp.vic.gov.au

More information

For more information download the Cardinia Creek Regional Parklands fact sheet (DOCX, 580.6 KB) or contact the Suburban Parks Program team by email at metro.parkland@delwp.vic.gov.au.

Page last updated: 28/07/21