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Maribyrnong Valley Parklands - Brimbank Park

Maribyrnong Reflections
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Brimbank Park trail - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Park trail - photo by Tim Marcus
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Brimbank Park - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Park - photo by Tim Marcus
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Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
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Sand pit at Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
Sand pit at Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim
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Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
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Brimbank Park Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Park Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
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Brimbank Park Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
Brimbank Park Playscape - photo by Tim Marcus
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Loop the loop
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Playscape
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Playscape swings
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Waa’s Message - an artistic feature of the ma
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The Playscape Platypus
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Happy Family
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Nature Trail
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Family of Kookaburras (photo: Paul Hitch)
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Willie Wagtail nesting (photo: Paul Hitch)
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Cycling at Brimbank
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Sunset through the trees (photo: Paul Hitch)
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Kayaking in Brimbank Park
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Change of conditions

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  • The cafe at the visitor centre is closed until further notice. at Maribyrnong Valley Parklands - Brimbank Park, Friday 29 December, 2017
  • A small section of Brimbank Park between Green Gully Road and Kulin Wetlands is closed due to the discovery of asbestos materials on both sides of the pedestrian trail near Taylors Creek. For your safety visitors are asked to avoid the closed area and to use other parts of the park until further notice. Parks Victoria is determining options for the safe management of asbestos material, with remedial works to be undertaken as soon as possible. at Maribyrnong Valley Parklands - Brimbank Park, Thursday 30 March, 2017

Park Statistics

  • Area:326.8ha
Barbeque
Bird watching
Cafes/restaurants
Canoeing
Cycling
Dog walking
Fishing
Picnicking
Playground
Short walk

Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park. The parklands offer ideal settings for picnics, walks along the extensive network of trails, fishing, canoeing and bird watching, all set within peaceful parklands surrounded by prolific birdlife.

How to get there

Brimbank Park is approximately 15km north-west of Melbourne in Keilor East. Follow the Calder Freeway to the Keilor Park Drive exit. The park entrance is 500 metres on the right. (Melways Map 15 B10).

Brimbank Park is open seven days a week from 6.00am to 5.30pm (6.00am to 8.00pm during Daylight Savings)

What's on

  • Junior Rangers

    The summer holidays Junior Ranger program is up and running, and there are heaps of free activities for kids to enjoy! Check out the full list of locations and events, as well as booking information on the Junior Ranger website!

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Popular things to do

  • Brimbank Park Playscape The Brimbank Park Playscape is a haven for creative play that will inspire children and their families to connect with…

  • Brimbank Picnic Area C This picnic area has gas barbecues, picnic tables, a playground and toilets.

  • Brimbank Picnic Area B Enjoy a picnic in pleasant surrounds. Gas barbecues, picnic tables and toilets are provided. Accessibility Information Picnic Area B is…

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