Gold Street, Clifton Hill 3068.
Melway ref: 2C, H3
Council has developed a draft masterplan to guide the future improvement and management of Darling Gardens.
The draft masterplan was developed following an initial round of public consultation in March 2014.
The plan recognises the aspects of the Darling Gardens which are most valued and protected by the community.
It proposes a careful balance between preserving the heritage character of the Gardens and introducing minor improvements to enhance the enjoyment and functionality of the park.
The draft masterplan can be viewed in full here: Darling_Gardens_Draft_Masterplan_-_July_2014 (2.72 MB)
Council sought community feedback on the plan in July and August 2014.
Feedback will be considered and adjustments made to the draft masterplan prior to Council adopting the final masterplan.
This is expected to occur by October 2014.
For more information about this project please contact Joanna Bush, Coordinator Open Space Planning & Design on 9205 5794.
About Darling Gardens
Darling Gardens is a peaceful retreat amidst busy Hoddle Street and Queens Parade in Clifton Hill.
Covering 7.2 hectares, the gardens were created in 1866. In the centre of the park you'll find a historic rotunda, as well as a children's playground, barbeque and picnic area.
Darling Gardens has plenty of open space, great for walking, running and playing, as well as shaded and sheltered areas.
Features and facilities
Features and facilities include:
- Sheltered areas
- Picnic tables
- Dog off-leash area Multi Zone.
- Drinking fountains
- On street parking
Click here to inquire about park hire.
View Darling Gardens in a larger map
Further information regarding hiring of park facilities
Venues & Events
Further information regarding park maintenance
Coordinator - Open Space
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