Osborne Park Master Plan

This engagement is closed

Contributions to this engagement have closed for evaluation and review.

Date: Tuesday, 15 January 2019 to Monday, 11 February 2019

The City of Greater Geelong is asking the community what they would like to see in the Osborne Park precinct to inform a master planning process.

Following a Council decision in July 2018 to retain Osborne House in public ownership, a commitment was also made to develop a master plan to determine the future uses of the precinct.

The Osborne Park precinct is in North Geelong and includes the historic Osborne House and the Stables, sports reserves and open spaces and the Vietnam Veterans war memorial.

Osborne House was built in 1858 and reflects the history of Geelong through pastoral, maritime and civic eras and is considered extremely important to Geelong’s history and its future.

It is hoped the master plan will include some funding opportunities that will enable restoration work on Osborne House to take place.

As part of this master plan process, tenants of the precinct and other interest groups are involved in a number of engagement activities, contributing their extensive knowledge and experience of the area.

The survey is available online until 11 February 2019.

Hard copies are available at Customer Service Centres.

A draft master plan will be presented to the community in May 2019 for further feedback.

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