Active Recreation Hub construction has begun

Published on 04 May 2023

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Construction has officially commenced for our new Active Recreation Hub at Eco Park, Mount Martha.
This means that exciting upgrades are coming to the existing Eco Park! Mount Martha residents and visitors can expect a new and invigorated experience, including a pump track, skate bowl, sensory play elements, trampolines, seating areas, planting and trees.
Visitors who have previously enjoyed the Eco Park can rest assured that the upgraded site will retain sufficient car parking, significant vegetation and existing equipment that’s in good condition.
Our Active Recreation Hub was endorsed in late October 2019, for the Eco Park site located on Glenisla Drive in Mount Martha.
The brand new Active Recreation Hub received funding through Sport and Recreation Victoria.
For more information and updates on construction progress, please visit our webpage:

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Pictured (back L_R) Sam Polatidis, Parteek Mittal, Councillor Anthony Marsh and Christopher Lyne.
Pictured (front L-R) Rebecca Wood, Mayor Councillor Steve Holland and Councillor Despi O'Connor.


Quotes attributable to Mayor and Briars Ward Councillor Steve Holland:
“The community has patiently waited for a new and improved Eco Park. I’m pleased to see this project come to fruition after a thorough concept and community consultation process.”
Quotes attributable to Briars Ward Councillor Anthony Marsh:
“Thank you to everyone who contributed their feedback in the development of this project from concept to construction. I look forward to seeing the Active Recreation Hub being enjoyed for many years to come.”
Quotes attributable to Briars Ward Councillor Despi O’Connor:
“The Eco Park project has been the vision of community members for almost 20 years. I thank all those who were part of this project, who had the vision and patience to see it through. Our younger generations will be enormously grateful to you all when it is complete.”



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