Whitehorse City Council

Parks & Playgrounds

The City of Whitehorse has 170 playgrounds and more than 300 parks with something for everyone. 

Parks  
With more than 300 parks in the City of Whitehorse, visitors can enjoy BBQ facilities, picnic areas, playground equipment, walking and cycling tracks, dog off-lead areas, wetlands and lakes, sites of historical significance, sculptures, indigenous plants and animals, and a mix of formal gardens and bushland.

Parkland Advisory Committees
Parkland Advisory Committees provide valuable support for the care and improvement of many parks in Whitehorse. Download the pdf icon  Combined Parks Calendar (260.98kB) for dates regarding working bees, information sessions and school holiday programs.

Playgrounds
Council maintains 170 playgrounds throughout the City of Whitehorse for the enjoyment of children, parents and carers.

Using Parks & Reserves
Guidelines for using Council's parks and reserves for personal training or events.

Bushland Education Program
The program provides environmental and sustainability education for local schools, pre-schools and a diverse range of community groups.