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Explore Werribee’s New Open Spaces.

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Image: Level Crossing Removal Authority


The newly transformed Werribee Street and Cherry Street level crossing removal project sites are open to the public, and from Saturday 11 December until late January 2022, you can take part in an easy self-guided, interactive walking tour.  


The walk is fun for all ages and includes 5 interactive questions about the projects.  

Simply scan the QR codes on the 5 key signs to discover more about the projects, how they were built, how they’ve improved safety and created new spaces for the Werribee community to enjoy.  

Complete all questions on the walking tour to receive a free drink from a local café, and go in the draw to win a hamper filled with goodies from local traders.   

Find out more about the self-guided walking tour and question points.

You can join in the celebration of the newly transformed spaces at Cherry Street and Werribee Street, and launch the self-guided walking tour!

There will be show bags and special prizes for the whole family, and you can meet Richard Briggs, the artist who created the public artwork installed in the paving at Cherry Street.   


  • Cherry Street plaza near Woolworths and Bunnings for sweet treats  
  • Werribee Street skate park beneath the rail bridge for a sausage sizzle


  • Saturday 11 December, 10am to 1pm