Dandenong Valley Parklands
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- Parks Victoria is conducting works to upgrade facilities for dog walking and play at Nortons Park. Works are scheduled to commence in April 2019 and will be completed by the end of June 2019. There will be temporary disruptions during construction including closures of the works area to ensure the safety of all park visitors. Read more. at Nortons Park, Wednesday 29 May, 2019
- Four wood barbecues have been removed from Jells Park, to be replaced over time by gas barbecues. There are currently 8 barbecues across the park - 2 at the Pines, 5 at Jells south, 1 at Jells north and 2 at Yabbie Hill. Visitors are encouraged to utilise the gas barbecues available or to bring your own gas barbecue (solid fuel barbecues are not permitted within Jells Park). at Jells Park, Tuesday 11 December, 2018
- The male and female toilets at Nortons Park have been closed for maintenance. A unisex toilet is still available for use during this period. at Nortons Toilet, Wednesday 29 August, 2018
The Dandenong Valley Parklands are a magnificent network of parks that run along the Dandenong Creek from Boronia Road to Wellington Road.
The parklands include Jells Park, one of Melbourne's most popular metropolitan parks as well as Koomba Park, Nortons Park, Bushy Park Wetlands and Shepherds Bush.
The Eastlink Track now connects with the Dandenong Creek Trail allowing cyclists and walkers to enjoy many kilometres of trail networks through wonderful bushland.
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