About the park
We are upgrading Werribee River Regional Park to provide more opportunities for local communities and visitors to enjoy healthy, outdoor activities. A new trail will link the 223-hectare park with Werribee River, Werribee Open Range Zoo and nearby tourism destinations.
The upgraded park will help protect native plants and animals, address climate change and strengthen cultural heritage.
Where is the park located?
Werribee River Regional Park is in Werribee South, about 30 kilometres west of Melbourne’s CBD. The park follows the western bank of Werribee River from Princes Freeway to Port Phillip Bay.
Government commitment to create a ring of parkland around Melbourne
2019 – 2022
May – July 2021
Parks Victoria is managing the project. We are working with key partners, Traditional Owners, stakeholders and the community to create the vision for the park.
Want to get involved?
Community consultation is currently closed. To learn more, visit Engage Victoria.
Follow the link to register for updates.
For more information download the Werribee River Regional Park fact sheet (PDF, 953.2 KB) or contact the Suburban Parks Program team by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last updated: 27/10/22