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Sydenham Park

landscape veiw of Sydenham Park
  • Wurundjeri Country
  • April (post daylight savings) – September: 7am – 6pm daily;

    October – March: 6am – 7pm daily;

    Car park is closed after hours.

Sydenham Park is a registered Aboriginal Place with the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Register and a significant spiritual site for the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung peoples.

In October 2023, Council opened Sydenham Park Stage 1 trails and picnic area to the community.

This project offers a unique landscape experience to the community and includes gravel walking trails, a viewing platform over Jacksons Creek, picnic facilities, signage and sculpture.

Access to Sydenham Park walking trail commences at the Keilor Public Golf Course car park on Turnley Parkway. The stage 1 trails consist of a 2km journey through grasslands to the stage 1 picnic area, next to the heritage shearing shed. Visitors can utilise the Golf Course car park and public toilet in the Golf Club building during opening hours.

Future works to this site will include additional walking trails which connect to the Jacksons Creek, Deep Creek and Maribyrnong River confluence. See plan below for more information. These trails are currently closed to the public.

Please note, to protect the local ecology, no dogs are allowed at Sydenham Park. Rubbish bins are not located on site and Council asks visitors to take their rubbish home for disposal.

Walking trails and picnic area are closed on days where there is a total fire ban (i.e. typically of extreme or higher fire danger). Please refer to the Fire Rating sign at entry.

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Brimbank City Council respectfully acknowledges and recognises Wurundjeri and Bunurong Peoples as the Traditional Custodian of this land and pays respect to their Elders, past , present and future.

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