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About the park

The new 120-hectare park will be an exciting new destination for communities in and around Clyde.

The park will be located in an area adjacent to existing habitat for endangered species. The new open space will create opportunities to protect biodiversity in the area while improving liveability for local communities.

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Where will the park be located?

The park will be located to the east of Clyde in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs on Bunurong Country.

It will be co-located with the Clyde Park Sports Precinct and Melbourne Water’s proposed drainage basin.

Clyde Regional Park map

Map of the Clyde Regional Park. It is a 120-hectare park.


  1. Government commitment to create a ring of parkland around Melbourne

    November 2018

  2. Planning phase

    2019 to 2022

  3. Community consultation - stage 1

    May to July 2021

  4. Community consultation - stage 2

    April to May 2022

  5. Final strategic directions plan

    May 2023

  6. Acquire all land and transfer to Parks Victoria

    January 2024

See the Parks Victoria web page for details on the next steps.

More information

Follow project progress and community engagement for Clyde Regional Park on the Parks Victoria web page.

For a fact sheet, contact the Suburban Parks Program team.

Page last updated: 24/05/24