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Looking for the perfect spot to spend quality time with your family and friends? You're in luck - Not only do Riverwalk residents enjoy parks and green open spaces at their doorstep, Riverwalk also happens to be conveniently located near a handful of green parklands! Here are our top picks:
Right at the doorstep of Riverwalk is one of the most popular water play parks! This is an ideal venue for the young and young-at-heart, with a water play area, playground, sheltered BBQ facilities, green spaces for picnics, and more. It's now become a beloved destination for all members of the community to enjoy and create lasting memories at.
Just a short 6 minute drive from Riverwalk and on the banks of Werribee River, this park offers a range of attractions including playgrounds, exercise equipment, walking tracks, picnic facilities and more! Whether you're after a peaceful stroll through the red gums and along the river or a fun time down the 11m slide tower, Wyndham Park has something for everyone.
Make it a day out and immerse yourself in Werribee Park, a history-rich estate home to a spectacular display of gardens and open parkland. A 20 minute drive from Riverwalk will transport you to the beautifully manicured gardens of Werribee Mansion with plenty of walking trails and open spaces for picnics - perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts!
Say hello to the newest addition to the Riverwalk community! Delivered by Development Victoria, Tulsi Avenue Park is just across the road from Riverwalk Primary School, and features a selection of facilities for the whole family to enjoy. Residents can take advantage of a sheltered picnic area, nature play area and playground, plus several recreation spaces, including a basketball half-court for the sport enthusiasts.
In the spirit of reconciliation, Development Victoria respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Riverwalk is being built and developed. We recognise their continuing cultural heritage and connection to land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
Yinga Biik Birranga-ga (Sing land and Country), Steve Ulula Parker