You’re invited to share your ideas for the future of Sydenham Park in Keilor North, next to Organ Pipes National Park.
We’re developing a Sydenham Park Master Plan which will guide future use of the 264 hectare site.
The park plays a regionally important role in protecting natural assets and sites of Indigenous and European cultural heritage and provides limited recreational opportunities for the Brimbank community.
We want to know how you think these values can be protected into the future, and what opportunities you see at Sydenham Park.
Your ideas will be used to help inform the development of a Draft Sydenham Park Master Plan, which will be released for further consultation in mid-2018.
Consultation is open until Wednesday 28 February 2018.
About Sydenham Park
Sydenham Park is Brimbank’s largest conservation site, and supports a range of significant flora and fauna populations and sites of cultural heritage significance.
The Park forms a critical habitat corridor along the Maribyrnong River and Jacksons Creek, with magnificent vistas provided along the Maribyrnong Valley.
Sydenham Park is currently closed to the public.
Sydenham Park also includes:
- Keilor Public Golf Course, driving range and depot,
- Keilor and Districts Model Aircraft Society,
- the historically significant Robertson’s Homestead.
How to Provide Feedback
Submissions must be received by Wednesday 28 February 2018.
What Happens Next?
Your feedback will be used to help develop the draft Sydenham Park Master Plan. You can provide feedback on the draft plan when it is released for public consultation in mid-2018.