Consultation has closed

Download the engagement report below to see how we responded to your feedback or fill in the survey to tell us what you thought about our process.

A space for everyone!

Lawrie Emmins Reserve Gateway and Youth Precinct is a large, un-used open space in Laverton North that is ready to be designed for Community use.

This project is an offshoot of the broader Lawrie Emmins Reserve Masterplan which was adopted by Wyndham City Council in December 2019. You can read more about our initial consultation for the Masterplan here. This first stage will deliver a diverse range of recreation opportunities that celebrate young people in the fast growing suburbs of Williams Landing, Laverton North and Truganina.

The exciting new youth precinct will form a gateway to the remainder of the reserve, and will tie into proposed plans for neighboring wetlands to the east of the youth precinct.

The youth precinct will include a skatepark, beginner/intermediate climbing wall, sports courts, outdoor fitness equipment, toilets, shelters, custom seating areas, tree plantings as well as open, well-maintained lawn for picnics, kick-to-kick and local events.

We are asking you what you would like to see in the youth precinct, as well as for your feedback on our initial layout plan.

Lawrie Emmins Reserve Gateway and Youth Precinct – Concept Design

View the concept design below. You can expand the design via the top right-hand corner to view it in a larger scale.

How to get involved

We want to hear from everyone, especially young people in Wyndham! Take a look at the Draft Concept Plan below which outlines how Council proposes to design the areas of the precinct and fill in the below survey with your feedback before Monday 18 July.