New Park transformation underway for Wolli Creek

A New Park for Wolli Creek is well underway, and Glascott landscape and Civil are excited to share what’s been happening since the commencement in late November 2022.

The previously vacant site in the heart of Wolli Creek is being transformed into a recreational park for local families as a much-needed addition to the Wolli Creek landscape.

Bayside Council have taken on feedback and suggestions from residents and key stakeholders as an important step towards delivering the much-needed open recreational space to the local community.

What to expect for the New Town Park:

  • Picnic and active play areas
  • Shaded play spaces for all ages
  • Picnic tables and shelters
  • Trees and mass plantings for shade and habitat
  • Outdoor gym stations
  • Park Lighting
  • And much more…

We are excited to show more of this project as it continues to take form over the coming months.

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