Whittlesea Public Gardens Redevelopment Stage 1

The heart of Lalor and Thomastown is about to be transformed to reflect the current and future recreation needs of residents. Whittlesea Public Gardens is undergoing an extensive redevelopment as part of the Whittlesea Public Gardens Master Plan, starting with a new play space, learn-to-ride area and picnic and barbecue precinct.

Stage 1 will be delivered by our team here at Glascott Landscape and Civil and includes two key zones with extensive open space: a modern playground, equipped with a large play tower, slides, rockers, nature play and more, and a learn-to-ride area, with fun-sized roundabouts, speed bumps, intersections, and crossings, providing hours of fun and education.

Glascott Landscape and Civil are thrilled to be working with the City of Whittlesea to reenergise the area and create a modern space to get active, socialise and enjoy the outdoors.

We look forward to providing progress updates as we partner with the City of Whittlesea to deliver Stage 1 to the highest quality for the community.

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