Golden Square Park Upgrade

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Consultation for this project has conclude. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Project updates will continue to be provided when the project moves into construction phase. 

Reinvigorating our open space

Reinvigorating our open space - connecting people to the outdoors and each other.


We are very excited to announce, Golden Square Park is getting a face lift!

As part of a larger strategy across Wyndham City, Golden Square has been allocated for improvements within the open space network of more than 270 parks.

Sliding, swinging, climbing, running - what's your favourite?

Let us know in the below survey and help inform how Council improves Golden Square Park.

You can check out the park concept plan here (also located in our document library) which outlines how Council proposes to divide the areas of the park between:

  • Playground area
  • Nature-based play
  • Open-space 'kick-about' area
  • Youth activity area

The bigger picture

Why we are upgrading?

Golden Square Park upgrade fits into a larger strategy across the municipality.

This Strategy will address the ageing infrastructure including playground equipment, pathways, furniture and landscaping within a number of reserves in order to meet the expectations of the local residents and the broader community.

The upgrades address the need for reinvigorating reserve infrastructure to better align with Council's Open Space Strategy and Play Space Strategy.

What we are upgrading?

The upgrades across the municipality may include:

  • play equipment upgrades
  • new path networks
  • small ball sport areas
  • seating
  • potential picnic areas
  • tree planting
  • open grass area improvements

How you can help?

Register to the site and subscribe to this project page (using the 'Stay Informed' widget at the top of this page) to keep up to date with works occurring at the Golden Square Park.


Please note, you will need to register to this site before using the online engagement tools.

Reinvigorating our open space - connecting people to the outdoors and each other.


We are very excited to announce, Golden Square Park is getting a face lift!

As part of a larger strategy across Wyndham City, Golden Square has been allocated for improvements within the open space network of more than 270 parks.

Sliding, swinging, climbing, running - what's your favourite?

Let us know in the below survey and help inform how Council improves Golden Square Park.

You can check out the park concept plan here (also located in our document library) which outlines how Council proposes to divide the areas of the park between:

  • Playground area
  • Nature-based play
  • Open-space 'kick-about' area
  • Youth activity area

The bigger picture

Why we are upgrading?

Golden Square Park upgrade fits into a larger strategy across the municipality.

This Strategy will address the ageing infrastructure including playground equipment, pathways, furniture and landscaping within a number of reserves in order to meet the expectations of the local residents and the broader community.

The upgrades address the need for reinvigorating reserve infrastructure to better align with Council's Open Space Strategy and Play Space Strategy.

What we are upgrading?

The upgrades across the municipality may include:

  • play equipment upgrades
  • new path networks
  • small ball sport areas
  • seating
  • potential picnic areas
  • tree planting
  • open grass area improvements

How you can help?

Register to the site and subscribe to this project page (using the 'Stay Informed' widget at the top of this page) to keep up to date with works occurring at the Golden Square Park.


Please note, you will need to register to this site before using the online engagement tools.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We'd love to hear from you. Complete the survey below to have your say.

    Consultation for this project has conclude. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Project updates will continue to be provided when the project moves into construction phase. 
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