A new park for Ascot

concept image for new ascot park girl walking through park on path with palm trees and grass

Council is pleased to announce the development of a district park between Lancaster Road, Kitchener Road and McGill Avenue in Ascot, contributing to more than 2000 parks across our city.

The historical suburb of Ascot is home to a diverse community that is always growing. To support this growth, a district park will be created for the community to enjoy.

The park will be a quiet, attractive space that can be used for a variety of things such as walking, picnicking or even small concerts.

The project will deliver a park that:

  • promotes a strong sense of community and celebrates the area’s heritage
  • increases accessible green space in the area
  • includes a new fenced playground for children to enjoy
  • celebrates our subtropical lifestyle with new subtropical plantings and the rejuvenation of existing trees.

The project will not impact on existing leased sites and Council is committed to providing long-term surety for existing tenants.

Before designs are finalised, Council would like to hear your feedback on the draft concept plan for the park.

Consultation is now closed for this project.


Council is pleased to announce the development of a district park between Lancaster Road, Kitchener Road and McGill Avenue in Ascot, contributing to more than 2000 parks across our city.

The historical suburb of Ascot is home to a diverse community that is always growing. To support this growth, a district park will be created for the community to enjoy.

The park will be a quiet, attractive space that can be used for a variety of things such as walking, picnicking or even small concerts.

The project will deliver a park that:

  • promotes a strong sense of community and celebrates the area’s heritage
  • increases accessible green space in the area
  • includes a new fenced playground for children to enjoy
  • celebrates our subtropical lifestyle with new subtropical plantings and the rejuvenation of existing trees.

The project will not impact on existing leased sites and Council is committed to providing long-term surety for existing tenants.

Before designs are finalised, Council would like to hear your feedback on the draft concept plan for the park.

Consultation is now closed for this project.