Have your say on the future of Wonga Park Reserve

Published
15 Feb 2022
Liveable Places and Spaces
Football oval and surrounding green parkland with picnic table in foreground and club building in background
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Manningham Council is developing a masterplan for the future development and usage of Wonga Park Reserve and wants the community to get involved.

The 7.7 hectares reserve is currently used for activities including cricket, football, netball, tennis, walking and jogging, BMX riding, play, barbecues and picnics.

The masterplan will provide clear direction for the design and development of the reserve over the next 15 years.

Manningham Mayor, Cr Michelle Kleinert said Wonga Park Reserve is the largest open space area managed by Council in the Wonga Park area.

“The reserve is a fabulous community resource that offers sporting and leisure activities unmatched in Wonga Park.”

“We want to know what is important to our community about Wonga Park Reserve and improvements that they would like made.”

Community members can have their say on the future of Wonga Park Reserve by providing feedback and ideas at Your Say Manningham

As the project progresses, details of feedback sessions and updates will be added to this page.