Draft Birallee Park and Kelly Park master plans

Consultation closed on Monday, May 6, 2019.

The updated draft Biralle Park and Kelly Park master plans are now out for public comment.

The master plans support the Sport and Recreation Plan 2014 to 2040 and help the council to identify priorities and funding opportunities, ensure accessibility and inclusion for the co­mmunity and guide community expectation.

User groups, community and key stakeholders are encouraged to provide their feedback on the master plans that cover a range of infrastructure, landscaping and pathways works.

The master plans include staged indicative costing over the life of the master plans. The intention is to include these works in the forward capital plan once the master plans have been adopted. This also allows external funding opportunities to be sought to offset council contributions.

Several priority projects were implemented including the replacement of the Wodonga Hockey Field, relocation of development plans for the regional cricket facility to Birallee Park and resurfacing works to the netball centre at Kelly Park.

The master plans for Birallee Park and Kelly Park have been significantly affected by the delivery of the priority projects. As a result, these masterplans required updating to capture these changes. A snapshot of changes is available in the document library.

May 7, 2019

This consultation has closed.

Thank you to everyone who had their say.

April 4, 2019

This consultation is now out for public comment. 

Birallee Park

Marshall Street, Wodonga

 

Kelly Park

Lawrence Street, Wodonga

Online submissions

Submissions can be made online (using the online form below) until Monday, May 6, 2019.


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