All Nations Park
All Nations Park
Separation Street, Northcote
Melway Reference: 30 G7
All Nations Park is a contemporary 13 hectare regional park created on the site of the former 'Northcote Landfill'. The official opening on the 23 February, 2002 was attended by an estimated crowd of over 10,000 people. Situated behind Northcote Shopping Plaza the elevated site provides views, which are a striking feature of the park.
The All Nations Park landscape reflects Darebin's cultural diversity in the visual arts and design components of the park, and has many unique features including, The Hilltop, Veterans Walk and ANZAC Memorial, lake and performance area, The Olive Grove, lawn areas, contemporary Indigenous gardens, playground with disabled access, skate park, arts projects, outdoor exercise area for All Abilities.
Accessibility This large regional park located just behind Northcote Shopping Plaza has several access points. The park provides accessible toilet facilities and has two accessible play areas, the Outdoor Exercise Area above the skate park and the Eastern playground. Excellent 2 metre wide paths are provided throughout the park except on the hill top (gravel).
For detailed accessibility information visit All Nations Park on the Parks and Reserves Directory.
ActivitiesRecreational activities include all abilities area basketball half court, chess boards and tennis/down ball wall and skate ramp and bowl. Plenty of space for informal activities as well. The park has two exciting playgrounds suitable for 2 to 15 year olds.
Public ArtThe Darebin People - Not Poles Apart, features in All Nations Park. The artists working on the project have created interesting and appealing designs in consultation with members of the community during design workshops. The designs express and reflect Darebin's cultural diversity and the history of the site, the land of which the Wurundjeri are the traditional custodians, to brick works (Northcote Brick Company) and then finally as the Northcote Landfill.
Pets in Park
Ensure dogs are on-lead within 5 metres of shared paths
Dogs must be on-lead when approaching the off-lead area, including any carparks
Consider other park users and ensure that dogs are kept under effective control
Restrain your dog if asked and do not allow it to become a nuisance to others
Dogs may access the creek if in an off-lead area
Minimise any disturbance to creek banks and creatures who live there.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Separation Street Northcote | Map
❊ Web Links ❊
→ All Nations Park
→ www.melbourneplaygrounds.com.au | Playground Munro Street
→ www.melbourneplaygrounds.com.au | Playground Hopetoun Street
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