Facilities

Citizens Park

Highett Street (between Church and Gleadell Streets), Richmond

Citzens Park playground

Citizens Park

Highett Street (between Church and Gleadell Streets), Richmond

Citizens Park is Richmond's largest park and one of its busiest. The park is used for a range of organised sports and as a destination for people to relax, exercise and walk their dogs.

Personal Trainers are welcome to use the oval when not in use for approved sporting events (including training).

To book the sports ground, please refer to our bookings page.

Features and facilities

  • playground
    • Dogs are prohibited within playgrounds at any time.
    • Dogs must be kept on-leash within 10 metres of playground areas.
  • adult exercise station
  • barbeque
  • picnic tables
  • drinking fountains
  • public toilet
  • sportsground
    • Dogs are allowed off-leash in unfenced sporting grounds only when the grounds are not in use for approved sporting events (including training).
    • Dogs must be kept on-leash within 10 metres of sporting grounds when they are in use for approved sporting events (including training).
  • pavilion
  • designated dog off-leash area including the oval but important exceptions apply.

Access

Citizens Park is wheelchair accessible including accessible parking.
 
Construction on the public toilet facilities at Citizens park is expected to start September 2017 and will take around 8 weeks. The toilets will be closed during this time, but there will be four portable toilets placed at the north east corner of the grounds, outside the Jack Dyer Pavilion. 
 

 

 

Location and contacts

Contact us about park maintenance

9205 5555

info@yarracity.vic.gov.au

Richmond