What is happening?

The Victorian Government is working with Traditional Owners and stakeholders to deliver a plan to connect more than 1,800 hectares of parklands from Seaford to Mornington in Melbourne’s growing south-east.

Community consultation on the draft Frankston to Mornington Future Directions Plan is open until 28 June 2022 at the Engage Victoria website at engage.vic.gov.au/frankston-to-mornington-parklands.

You can have your say online by completing a survey or making a written submission.

What is the draft Frankston to Mornington Future Directions Plan?

The plan will look at ways to improve connections between open spaces in ten parks including Seaford Wetlands, Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve, Studio Park, Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Arboretum, Cruden Farm, Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve, Baxter Park, Sages Cottage Farm, Moorooduc Quarry and Devilbend Natural Features Reserve.

The plan is being delivered by the $315 million Suburban Parks Program, creating more than 6,500 hectares of new and upgraded parks and trails in Melbourne’s growing outer suburbs.

Participate here

Share your feedback by completing a survey or making a submission, by 28 June 2022

For more information

Should you require any more information, please go to the Suburban Parks Program website environment.vic.gov.au/suburban-parks/frankston-to-mornington-parklands or contact the Suburban Parks Program team by phone on 136 186, or by email at metro.parkland@delwp.vic.gov.au.

Need an interpreter? Call 131 450 (and ask an interpreter to call the Suburban Parks Program on 136 186).