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You told us your thoughts on the concept design and shared ideas and suggested improvements. All of this helps us shape the future of the Eildon Splash and Skate Park. We are currently reviewing the information and feedback received . Thank you to those community members who participated and will provide an update on the project in the coming weeks.
with 34 contributions made
Your feedback will help us to finalise the design to ensure the project is shovel ready, so we can begin the process of seeking funding for project construction.
Thomas Marr and Walter Moore Reserves combine for a total area of eight acres, situated in the heart of the Eildon Township. The concept design establishes the foundation and what features may be possible to construct across these two large reserves to guide their future development.
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We encourage you to review the concept design before providing your feedback. It is in the Document Library on the right-hand side of this page. Feedback closes at 5.00 pm on Friday 21 January 2022.
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Council first started talking with the Eildon community about the future of Thomas Marr and Walter Moore Reserves back in 2019. Then in 2020, following a second round of community consultation, Council adopted an Improvement Plan for the precinct.
Since then, we have been busy working with landscape architects, JF Studio, to develop the concept design for the precinct, known as ‘Eildon Splash and Skate Park’ alongside local representatives from the Taungurung Land and Waters Council, Baan Ganalina Water Group, Eildon Primary School students and other key stakeholders.
The concept design shows what the Eildon Splash and Skate Park could look like and how each of the spaces could be used.
When viewing the concept design, you may may notice that some of the key elements have been shifted around since the initial Improvement Plan was created. These changes have been made based on the advice of our designers. Where possible, we have included all aspects of the Improvement Plan and earlier feedback received, in the development of the concept design.
Next steps from here will involve finalising the concept plan into a detailed design, using the community feedback we receive, and then Council will begin the process of seeking funding for project construction. This is a large scale project and will likely be delivered in stages.
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