The Mia Mia Aboriginal Art Gallery and café is no longer operating from ‘The Manor’ at Westerfolds Park. Please visit the Mia Mia website www.miamiagallery.com for further information on this business. Parks Victoria is continuing the process to select a new tenant for the site and …
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Situated beside the Yarra River in Templestowe, Westerfolds Park offers over 120 hectares of parkland perfect for picnicking, cycling, walking and canoeing.
There's an adventure playground for the children.
The Main Yarra Trail forms part of the 6km of sealed trails throughout the park.
Enjoy canoeing along the Yarra River and take in the view of the rapids from the Main Yarra Trail.
Pedestrian and cyclist access to Westerfolds Park is available at all times. Vehicle entry is available from: Fitzsimons Lane, Templestowe (Melway 33 G2); or Porter Street, Templestowe (Melway 33 F3).
Gates are open 6am to 6pm, extending to 9pm during daylight savings. A 24-hour car park with pedestrian access is available off Fitzsimons Lane.
Dogs are permitted in the park but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Westerfolds Park is part of the Yarra Valley Parklands.
Popular things to do
Accessibility information The Swamp Gum Picnic Area has barbecues, a picnic shelter and picnic tables. There is a playground nearby. Under the picnic pavilion there are three wooden tables with extended table tops to enable wheelchair users to roll under the table. Outside there are some modern steel …
Enjoy canoeing along the Yarra River. From the carpark, it is a 60 metre walk to the canoe launching area on the river. Accessibility information The canoe launching area provides access to the Yarra River. The carpark has four designated disabled parking bays. Three are 5 metres wide. The one …
Accessibility information The Porter Street end of the park has two parking areas, Blackwood and Porter Street, both with designated disabled parking bays. The picnic pavilion provides tables and barbecue facilities. A second barbecue is provided on the grassed area towards the entrance. A toilet block is located between …
Accessibility information The Yellow Box Carpark gives direct access to the River Trail. There are no toilets or picnic facilities. The carpark has 2 designated disabled parking bays, each 3.3 metres wide and sharing a central loading area. There is an access ramp leading from the loading area directly onto the …
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- Picnic table/seat
- Picnic Shelter
- Gravel carpark
- Sealed carpark
15 Apr 2013
Not many people know that the nation’s oldest Gallipoli Lone Pine stands proudly in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs at Wattle Park. It was planted there 80 years ago, by the Mayors of Box Hill and Camberwell on 7 May, 1933, at the annual Trooping of the Colour by the 24th Battalion. …