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Wyndham Vale Park Upgrades Complete.

Munro Drive Park complete scaled

A $450,000 Wyndham City upgrade of Munro Drive Park is now complete and open to the public, featuring new play equipment, a nature-based play area, new seating and upgraded concrete pathways.

Meanwhile, the first stage of the Oaktree Avenue Park upgrade is also complete, with a new tennis court now open to the public.

The tennis court is part of an expansive $484,000 upgrade of the park, which will also include an upgraded playground featuring new equipment and nature play, redeveloped picnic areas with BBQs, upgraded pathways, furniture and landscaping.

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Oaktree Avenue Park Tennis Court

Works on the second stage of the upgrade are expected to start in mid-2021.

Wyndham City Active City portfolio holder Cr Peter Maynard said these two upgrades form part of Council’s strategy to address ageing infrastructure within several Wyndham reserves as detailed in the Play Space Strategy and Open Space Strategy.

“The more we move to an online world, the more important it is that there are open spaces close to home for Wyndham families to get out of the house, enjoy nature and be active,” Cr Maynard said.

“These substantial upgrades provide better opportunities for Wyndham Vale families to play, exercise, and perfect their serves.”  

Keep up-to-date with Council’s other capital works projects by visiting the Capital Works Dashboard: www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/capitalworksdashboard


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