The Future of Camperdown Park and Oval

 

Project status

  • Submissions closed on Wednesday 4 June 2014. All the submissions received will be collated into a report to the elected Council, which will be posted on this site. The members will consider the report at a Council meeting and decide whether to adopt the draft plan without changes, with changes or not to adopt it.

  • Everyone who provided their email address as part of the submission process will be contacted with the date of that Council meeting. Information on how to apply to speak at a Council meeting can be found here.

On Public Exhibition - the Camperdown Park draft Plan of Management and Master Plan

Catering to sports lovers including cricket, rugby and tennis, the park also includes a children's playground, two artist gallery/studios, a museum and heritage items. Its beautiful trees and open space ensure it's well-loved by locals who like to walk, relax, enjoy a coffee or picnic with friends. Others jog, use the adult exercise equipment or play informal basketball or unicycle hockey.

Council sought feedback in late 2013 from people who use the park or live in the locality to help create a 10-year plan. This will make sure that the parks meets the needs of the community now and in the future.

Click here to read a summary of what you told us during the community engagement.

Council used this information as well as technical data to create the draft plans below which are now on public exhibition. Please click the links to read the documents and have your say by filling in the submission form below .

Camperdown Park draft Plan of Management

Camperdown Park draft Master Plan

Camperdown Park Master Plan Report



Summary of Recommendations for Camperdown Park

  • Upgrade of existing pathways and completion of a loop pathway around the oval.
  • Removal of unnecessary fencing to increase visual and physical connectivity
  • Upgrade of existing and provision of additional seating, picnic tables, shade shelters and
    BBQ facilities.
  • Expansion of the existing younger children play area and development of an older children’s
    play area with the inclusion of ping pong tables.
  • Redevelopment of the toilet facilities, with the inclusion of a pavilion for storage, canteen, council staff room and multifunction space.
  • Retention of the existing park character, shade trees and general park arrangement.


Former Bowling Club and Greens

We expect to release a statement about the new licensee for the former bowling club and greens in the very near future. This land is dedicated as community space.

Project status

  • Submissions closed on Wednesday 4 June 2014. All the submissions received will be collated into a report to the elected Council, which will be posted on this site. The members will consider the report at a Council meeting and decide whether to adopt the draft plan without changes, with changes or not to adopt it.

  • Everyone who provided their email address as part of the submission process will be contacted with the date of that Council meeting. Information on how to apply to speak at a Council meeting can be found here.

On Public Exhibition - the Camperdown Park draft Plan of Management and Master Plan

Catering to sports lovers including cricket, rugby and tennis, the park also includes a children's playground, two artist gallery/studios, a museum and heritage items. Its beautiful trees and open space ensure it's well-loved by locals who like to walk, relax, enjoy a coffee or picnic with friends. Others jog, use the adult exercise equipment or play informal basketball or unicycle hockey.

Council sought feedback in late 2013 from people who use the park or live in the locality to help create a 10-year plan. This will make sure that the parks meets the needs of the community now and in the future.

Click here to read a summary of what you told us during the community engagement.

Council used this information as well as technical data to create the draft plans below which are now on public exhibition. Please click the links to read the documents and have your say by filling in the submission form below .

Camperdown Park draft Plan of Management

Camperdown Park draft Master Plan

Camperdown Park Master Plan Report



Summary of Recommendations for Camperdown Park

  • Upgrade of existing pathways and completion of a loop pathway around the oval.
  • Removal of unnecessary fencing to increase visual and physical connectivity
  • Upgrade of existing and provision of additional seating, picnic tables, shade shelters and
    BBQ facilities.
  • Expansion of the existing younger children play area and development of an older children’s
    play area with the inclusion of ping pong tables.
  • Redevelopment of the toilet facilities, with the inclusion of a pavilion for storage, canteen, council staff room and multifunction space.
  • Retention of the existing park character, shade trees and general park arrangement.


Former Bowling Club and Greens

We expect to release a statement about the new licensee for the former bowling club and greens in the very near future. This land is dedicated as community space.