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Cardinia Shire Council is planning to upgrade a public carpark at Alma Treloar Reserve.


The Alma Treloar carpark sealing will support the implementation of the Alma Treloar Masterplan, including projects such as the amphitheatre, dog off-leash area, Scout Hall, pump track, new public toilets, Eastern Dandenong Ranges Trail, and community events such as markets.


Project description

Works will include:

  • Pavement construction and sealing
  • Drainage improvement
  • Minor footpath works
  • Bollard installation
  • Kerb and channel
  • Line marking
  • Signage
  • Landscaping


The upgraded carpark will provide the community with access to at least 38 car spaces, including two accessible spaces, with one located within the carpark and the other directly outside the Scout Hall building and adjacent to the new public toilets.

Centrally located within the reserve, the carpark upgrades aim to increase inclusion and participation of people with disability by enhancing access and reducing barriers.

Council has considered the uses for the carpark and made allowances in the concept design, which includes removable bollards, extended paths, no traffic islands in the carpark for accessibility and an access apron to the adjacent grassed area for markets, emergency services and maintenance crews.



Funded by Cardinia Shire Council


Progress update

Works are now underway on the carpark, with upgrades expected to be completed by July 2024, conditions permitting. 


  • Traffic management will be in place within the reserve. 
  • The carpark will be temporarily closed for the duration of the works. Additional parking can be found at the front of the reserve. 
  • Despite temporary fencing being installed around the carpark site, access to the dog off-leash area will remain open and accessible via the main gate. 
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Project Highlights
  • Works will be underway from April 2024