Edward Millen Park Master Plan

Consultation has concluded


The Town, in collaboration with it's community, has developed a draft master plan for the Edward Millen Park. The aim of the master plan is to consider existing site characteristics, current and future uses and community aspirations for the future improvement of the park.

The Edward Millen Park Master Plan project will help define the park's relationship to the adaptive reuse of the Edward Millen House and surrounding buildings. This combined approach aims to deliver a holistic vision for the precinct with the Edward Millen House, buildings and the surrounding parkland complementing each other to create an amazing destination and valuable community asset.

What is happening now?

At its Ordinary Council Meeting on 19 November, Council resolved to endorse the draft mater plan for public advertising. The public comment period is open from Wednesday 20 November to 9 December 2019.

Thank you to everyone that provided their feedback and the design reference group who assisted in development of the draft.

Where can I find out more information?

You can find out more information by one of the following:

  • Read the draft in the document library
  • Ask a question and we will respond
  • Contact David Doy on 08 9311 8111 or ddoy@vicpark.wa.gov.au
  • Read the information in the document library and FAQs

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the draft strategy is to be submitted by close of business 9 December 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference : Edwardparksubmission
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference: Edwardparksubmission



The Town, in collaboration with it's community, has developed a draft master plan for the Edward Millen Park. The aim of the master plan is to consider existing site characteristics, current and future uses and community aspirations for the future improvement of the park.

The Edward Millen Park Master Plan project will help define the park's relationship to the adaptive reuse of the Edward Millen House and surrounding buildings. This combined approach aims to deliver a holistic vision for the precinct with the Edward Millen House, buildings and the surrounding parkland complementing each other to create an amazing destination and valuable community asset.

What is happening now?

At its Ordinary Council Meeting on 19 November, Council resolved to endorse the draft mater plan for public advertising. The public comment period is open from Wednesday 20 November to 9 December 2019.

Thank you to everyone that provided their feedback and the design reference group who assisted in development of the draft.

Where can I find out more information?

You can find out more information by one of the following:

  • Read the draft in the document library
  • Ask a question and we will respond
  • Contact David Doy on 08 9311 8111 or ddoy@vicpark.wa.gov.au
  • Read the information in the document library and FAQs

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the draft strategy is to be submitted by close of business 9 December 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference : Edwardparksubmission
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference: Edwardparksubmission


Consultation has concluded
  • Draft master plan ready for comment!

    3 months ago
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    The Town has developed a draft master plan for Edward Millen Park. The plan sets out and prioritises future upgrades and provides an exciting new vision for the park based on issues identified during consultation with the broad community, key stakeholders and the Design Reference Group. The master plan aims to optimise the park through provision of a safe and accessible facilities for the enjoyment of the community whilst maximising recreational opportunities, and protecting important environmental values.

    View the draft at the Town's Administration building, the Library or visit the document library on this page and provide your feedback by...

    The Town has developed a draft master plan for Edward Millen Park. The plan sets out and prioritises future upgrades and provides an exciting new vision for the park based on issues identified during consultation with the broad community, key stakeholders and the Design Reference Group. The master plan aims to optimise the park through provision of a safe and accessible facilities for the enjoyment of the community whilst maximising recreational opportunities, and protecting important environmental values.

    View the draft at the Town's Administration building, the Library or visit the document library on this page and provide your feedback by 8 December.


  • Design Reference Group workshops underway

    9 months ago
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    Last Thursday we kicked off our first Edward Millen Park Master Plan Design Workshop with the team at HASSELL. We have had an amazing community response on this project which really shows how special this place is for many in Victoria Park.



    Last Thursday we kicked off our first Edward Millen Park Master Plan Design Workshop with the team at HASSELL. We have had an amazing community response on this project which really shows how special this place is for many in Victoria Park.


  • Coffee, animals and conversations

    10 months ago
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    Would you like to know more about the Edward Millen Park Masterplan? We'll be down at Edward Millen Park between 10-12 on the 26 May. Grab a coffee from one of the local cafes, walk down and come share your thoughts.

    We've even organised a petting zoo for the kids!


    Would you like to know more about the Edward Millen Park Masterplan? We'll be down at Edward Millen Park between 10-12 on the 26 May. Grab a coffee from one of the local cafes, walk down and come share your thoughts.

    We've even organised a petting zoo for the kids!