Situated at the confluence of the Plenty and Yarra Rivers, this 33 hectare park was in important meeting place for the Wurundjeri people. Birrarrung Park is …
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Situated at the confluence of the Plenty and Yarra Rivers, this 33 hectare park was in important meeting place for the Wurundjeri people. Birrarrung Park is a significant recreation space within the parks along the Yarra River, incorporating two large ephemeral wetlands.
Several wood barbecues (wood is provided), picnic tables and shelters are available in the park. Fires are permitted only in the barbecues provided, and you are welcome to bring your own small gas barbecue. The toilet block at Birrarrung Park is wheelchair accessible. An adventure playground is available for children. There are 2.8 kilometres of flat sealed trails are suitable for skating, cycling and walking.
Access to the park
Pedestrian and cyclist access is available at all times. Vehicle entry is available from Templestowe Road, Bulleen (Melway 32 H4). Car park gates are open 6am to 6pm, extending to 9pm during daylight savings. 24-hour car parking is available Dogs are permitted in the park but must remain on a leash at all times.
Birrarung Park was assessed for accessiblity in early 2012. For detailed information about the accessiblity of the facilities in this park and photos, refer to the Accessibility section.
20 Apr 2013
Parks Victoria joins Oxfam Australia in expressing our sadness at the passing of a participant in the Trailwalker Melbourne this weekend. We send our sincere condolences to the participants family and to those affected by this sad news. Oxfam Australia has arranged counselling for anyone affected on 1300 360 364.