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About the parklands

We are planning to connect existing parks and reserves from Seaford to Mornington to create a linked recreational space for local communities and visitors.

The proposed linked parklands will help protect native plants and animals and offer more opportunities for people to enjoy healthy outdoor activities.

Man running in the park

Where are the parklands?

The parklands sit within the traditional lands of the Bunurong. Linking existing parks will create parklands stretching from Seaford to Mornington, approximately 30–40 kilometres south east of Melbourne’s CBD.

Frankston to Mornington Parklands

Frankston to Mornington Parklands Map

When can I visit the parklands?

You can visit existing parks now. Frankston to Mornington Parklands is a complex project requiring extensive planning and consultation.

The linked parklands will open in stages depending on planning progress.


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

    November 2018

  2. Cultural values study completed by Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation

    Mid 2022

  3. Community consultation

    May 2022 – June 2022

  4. Future Directions Plan

    Mid–late 2022

We are working closely with key partners, stakeholders, Traditional Owners and the community to create the new Frankston to Mornington Parklands.

Want to get involved?

Community consultation is currently closed.

To learn more, visit Engage Victoria.

More information

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

Page last updated: 01/03/24