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Works begin on new park

10 Aug 2017

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The transformation of Fishermans Bend has taken a big step forward with work underway on the new Montague Park.

The 8000 sqm park is equivalent to two and half times the size of Melbourne’s City Square and is diagonally opposite the new South Melbourne Ferrars Street primary school under construction.

Jointly purchased with the City of Port Phillip, the park will provide the growing Fishermans Bend community and the students at the adjacent primary school with much needed open space to support a healthy and active lifestyle.

Development of the park will be staged with grass, seating, lighting, trees, footpaths and basic amenities upon opening in mid-2018, followed by consultation with the local community to determine what other elements are needed to support a wide range of recreational activities and uses.

 

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