The Brunswick Central Parklands Plan aims to provide strategic future direction for the open space and a framework for new works and future upgrades. The 19 hectare parklands includes Gillon Oval, Brunswick Park, Clifton Park, Reaburn Reserve and Gilpin Park (see Map below).

Integrated water management (IWM) is to be an important part of this plan to ensure we can sustainably respond to future demands from the community and climate change.

The draft Plan is currently on hold

Council is pausing its work on a plan to improve the Brunswick Central Parklands due to a budgetary review and community concerns about the density of proposed development adjoining the open space.

While the Plan is on hold, Council need to progress works improving Gilpin Park to meet the requirements of a State Government funded grant. The main element of these improvements is the renewal of the play ground and additional social picnic facilities and a public toilet (see Concept Plan).

Key Community Opportunities and Ideas

The draft Gilpin Park play ground and social space concept and public toilet proposal are now available for community consultation.

Please refer to the Report for stage 2 engagement for the full list of opportunities and ideas we received from the community.

  • Gilpin Park Improvements

    Explore the concept plan for the draft Gilpin Park playground and social picnic area

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The icons on the map provide more information about what has been proposed across the parklands.

Opportunities that shaped the draft Plan

Be directly involved in the design process by voting below on your favourite opportunities and ideas for improving the parklands.


Share your thoughts

What do you think?

After reviewing the Report for stage 2 engagement, please share your thoughts or let us know if there is anything you feel we have missed.

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