Collective Visioning for Hoppers Crossing Town Centre

Hoppers Crossing Town Centre precinct is undergoing significant change. Wyndham City Council is preparing an Urban Design Framework to coordinate broader improvements to Hoppers Crossing Town Centre. An urban design framework is a planning tool to create better urban environments, well-designed public spaces, parks, streets, and amenities for people and businesses. It sets goals and requirements for the physical environment such as buildings heights and land use to promote better social and economic outcomes. A good urban design framework is prepared through collaboration and engagement of all people living or working in the area.

As part of nation-wide efforts to reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19 and in line with Wyndham City Council’s actions, we are cancelling this community workshop. The workshop will be rescheduled and held at a later date which we will announce in due course. While this is a difficult decision, we are committed to taking the necessary precautions to keep our community healthy and safe.

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How can you get involved:

As a resident or business owner in the project area, you are invited to make a submission to help us identify future improvements to the precinct. The submission form is below to have your say.

Submissions close Tuesday 31 March for this part of the project.

Why is this plan being prepared?

Wyndham is a city on the rise with a projected population of 440,000 by 2040. The distribution of population, housing choices, employment, transport, and infrastructure are matters that need to be resolved in a way that results in higher quality of life for the people of Wyndham. The Wyndham 2040 Vision outlines the aspirations of the Wyndham community for their city as a ‘place for people.’ Furthermore, Wyndham City is finalising a long-term plan, Wyndham Urban Framework Plan, that provides general directions for future urban development. The Hoppers Junction precinct has been identified as a pivotal location for a new urban centre that has the potential for encouraging more development, improved urban amenities such as better public spaces, parks, and services, and more employment and business opportunities.

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


Workshop RSVP

This workshop has been cancelled. For further information please email