Pratten Park Plan of Management and Master Plan

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Pratten Park is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities used by organised groups and the community. In 2019 we've asked for your feedback to help us create a 10-year Plan for Pratten Park.




What is happening now?

We have developed a draft Plan of Management pdf and Master Plan pdf with community input. It is now your chance to let us know if we got it right.

Additional document:


Key proposals:

  • Park entrance and car parking upgrades
  • Improved pedestrian access
  • New recreational spaces and playground upgrade
  • Repurpose the turnstile building
  • Major upgrade for the Bowling Club building including a potential second storey facing the sports ground
  • Additional planting and new trees


Have your say

  • Free Interpreter call TIS National on 131 450
  • Voice realy call 1300 555 727
  • TTY call 133 677
  • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Comments open on Monday 29 March and close Monday 10 May 2021.


What happens next?

After the engagement period, the Park Planning team will review and consider community feedback before finalising the plans. The plans will go to the elected Council for endorsement. Following endorsement the State Government must approve the land categorisation for the Crown Reserve parts of Pratten Park. All those who provide feedback will be notified when the Council will consider the plans.

Pratten Park is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities used by organised groups and the community. In 2019 we've asked for your feedback to help us create a 10-year Plan for Pratten Park.




What is happening now?

We have developed a draft Plan of Management pdf and Master Plan pdf with community input. It is now your chance to let us know if we got it right.

Additional document:


Key proposals:

  • Park entrance and car parking upgrades
  • Improved pedestrian access
  • New recreational spaces and playground upgrade
  • Repurpose the turnstile building
  • Major upgrade for the Bowling Club building including a potential second storey facing the sports ground
  • Additional planting and new trees


Have your say

  • Free Interpreter call TIS National on 131 450
  • Voice realy call 1300 555 727
  • TTY call 133 677
  • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Comments open on Monday 29 March and close Monday 10 May 2021.


What happens next?

After the engagement period, the Park Planning team will review and consider community feedback before finalising the plans. The plans will go to the elected Council for endorsement. Following endorsement the State Government must approve the land categorisation for the Crown Reserve parts of Pratten Park. All those who provide feedback will be notified when the Council will consider the plans.