Glenthorne master plan finalised – what’s next?

Glenthorne master plan finalised – what’s next?

Fol­low­ing exten­sive com­mu­ni­ty con­sul­ta­tion, the mas­ter plan for Glen­thorne Nation­al Park has now been finalised. Find out what’s hap­pen­ing next.

The draft mas­ter plan for Glen­thorne Nation­al Park was well received by the com­mu­ni­ty, with the major­i­ty of feed­back received at the open days and online indi­cat­ing that peo­ple loved the plan.

Now the mas­ter plan has been finalised, you might be won­der­ing what’s com­ing next.

The Glen­thorne Part­ner­ship met in Decem­ber to start plan­ning the imple­men­ta­tion of the park and iden­ti­fied 13 ele­ments from the plan they would like to focus on.

These are:

  1. Site prepa­ra­tion and demolition
  2. Majors Road upgrade
  3. Vehi­cle access and parking
  4. Reveg­e­ta­tion works
  5. Glen­thorne Hub
  6. Her­itage Precinct
  7. Pic­nic and nature play
  8. Pond Area
  9. Inter­pre­ta­tion and Wayfinding
  10. Trail Net­work and lookouts
  11. Wet­land and boardwalks
  12. Water Sen­si­tive Urban Design
  13. Kau­r­na Cer­e­mo­ni­al Space

To learn more check out the Glen­thorne Nation­al Park Mas­ter Plan (pdf 9.5MB) or view some of the high­lights .

The part­ner­ship will now work close­ly with the Depart­ment for Envi­ron­ment and Water to pri­ori­tise these ele­ments and devel­op an imple­men­ta­tion plan.

It’s expect­ed that parts of the park will open in stages lat­er this year.

Keep an eye on future edi­tions of the e‑news for updates on the park’s progress.