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The Albert Park Masterplan, the 25 year vision for Albert Park, is in its final stages with recent sign-off by the Board of Parks Victoria. Once the Minister has also signed off it will be released – scheduled for late May 2019. All stakeholders and the general public will be notified proper to the formal release.


Stage 3: Community feedback on the DRAFT MASTER PLAN closed 19 January 2018.

There was a strong response and Parks Victoria are now collating and analysing the feedback. A report summarising the feedback stage will be posted on their website in the coming months.  The feedback on the draft plan will be used to finalise the Albert Park Master Plan, which they hope to release later in 2018.  For further information: call 13 1963 or visit their website at Albert Park Master Plan

It has been 20 years since any comprehensive planning occurred for Albert Park as a whole and Melbourne has changed markedly in that time.  A master plan is needed to set a 20 year vision for the park and guide it through the next stage of its history. The goals of the project are to create a park that is:

  • Inspiring and exciting, as well as peaceful and relaxing;
  • Treasured by the local communities and the community of Melbourne;
  • Relevant to a growing and changing population;
  • Generating revenue for the improvement of the park;
  • Working towards sustainability in terms of natural resource use, and
  • Able to respond to increasing and changing community pressures