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Parks and foreshore projects

Play spaces, shared trails, sports ovals and conservation reserves are all a part of Hobsons's Bay open space.

Hobsons Bay has an extensive network of parks that are highly valued by the community and visitors. Council undertakes a range of ongoing improvements from play ground upgrades to foreshore protection works to ensure open space is enhanced for all to enjoy.  

Major parks and reserves works are listed below. However Council is currently working on a collection of minor park and reserve works such as:

  • Digman Reserve, Newport - removal of sheds and cricket nets
  • Bayside College Reserve - flood lighting
  • AB Shaw Reserve - public toilet installation

If you would like further information on any of these projects, please email projects@hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au or call 9932 1131.

To be kept informed of park and foreshore projects in your ward register your details here.

Altona Safe Harbour Dredging

Annual dredging of Altona Safe Harbour to ensure a safe depth for boats.

Foreshore Protection Works

Improvements to the Altona and Seaholme Foresore Seawall to protect the community from storm surge events and sea level rises.

Brooklyn Reserve

Improvements to Brooklyn community's centrally located open space.

Brooklyn Dog Park

Establishing a dedicated play space for dogs and their owners in Brooklyn

Dennis Reserve Williamstown

Have your say on the future of Dennis Reserve, Williamstown

Epsom Street Masterplan

We're working with the community to determine the best use of this former primary school site in Laverton.

Paisley Park improvement works

Works at Paisley Park to improve the safety, access and quality of Altona North's key regional park.

HD Graham Reserve Master Plan

Council is currently developing a master plan for Altona Meadow's major sporting precinct.

Digman Reserve Masterplan

Council are undertaking a masterplan process to determine the future of this multipurpose reserve.

Williamstown Beach Shelter Reconstruction

Following damage from major storms, the historical Williamstown Beach Shelter is being reconstructed.