The U.T. Creek / Leckie Park precinct is a significant and much-loved space within Alexandra encompassing an area over 18 hectares.
It is intersected by Grant Street as a main entrance into the town and also provides a connection to the Great Victorian Rail Trail. It currently provides opportunity for leisure, sport and enjoyment of formal gardens and bushland.
The U.T. Creek / Leckie Park precinct is a well-established open space precinct offering the Alexandra community a range of social, recreational and environmental activities. Previous plans for the precinct identified six zones, each with a different focus and purpose:
- U.T. Creek waterway and banks
- Active recreation zone
- Formal gardens and war memorial
- Rotary Park including Visitor Information Centre & playground
- Urban woodland
- Passive recreation
Feedback will help Council consider future initiatives to meet the needs for park users, enhance vegetation, align management of U.T. Creek and Leckie Park with the Flood Scoping Study and determining any future planning requirements to continue providing physical, social and environmental benefits for our community.
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