• Moorabool Darley Park Master Plan

    Moorabool Shire Council have engaged @leisure Planners to prepare a Master Plan for Darley Park, Bacchus Marsh.

    The master plan will provide a vision and strategic direction for future development and investment at the reserve.

    It will make recommendations based on a needs assessment at the reserve to provide justification for future developments.

    This plan will provide guidance for future strategic financial planning by Council and fundraising initiatives by the reserve user groups.

    Following a review of current usage, potential demand and consultation with existing user groups and the local community, @leisure will:

    • Complete an Issues Paper that will outline key challenges, constraints and opportunities
    • Develop a preliminary concept drawing for review
    • Provide recommendations with suggested timeframes for implementation and cost estimates
    • Submit a draft master plan to exhibit for stakeholder and public comment
    • Submit final master plan with approved site layout plan and proposed developments

    Have your say

    @leisure is seeking input from the community and stakeholders. We would like to know:

    • What do you value about Darley Park?
    • How could the park be improved?
    • What are the issues, challenges and opportunities that the master plan needs to address?
    • What are the key priorities?
    • Thinking about future generations, what is your vision for this site?
  • Ways to get involved

    • Leave a brief comment here
    • Visit the project Facebook page to make a comment
    • Online survey for residents to suggest additional uses of the park. Closing December 11th, 2020
    • Send us your thoughts via email to or post to Rear 534 Mt. Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, 3032
    • Comment on the plan when a draft is prepared
    • To be kept updated, please subscribe via the 'leave your details' tab above.

    More information

    • Continue to visit this page
    • Please contact the project managers if you'd like to find out more information or offer input via the contact links above.

    The project is expected to be completed in April 2021.