Implementation of the Dennis Reserve Master Plan - Stage Two

The Council endorsed Dennis Reserve Master Plan is scheduled for implementation in three stages over the next three years. The image to the right reflects the three stages described below.

  • Stage One - Demolition of existing tennis courts, tennis club pavilion, ladies bowling green and pavilion and the construction of four new tennis courts
  • Stage Two - Open space upgrades to the southern end of the reserve
  • Stage Three - Demolition of the existing senior citizens centre and construction of a new multi-purpose community facility and completion of the landscape works to the northern section of the reserve

You can read the latest media release here. To view the development of the Dennis Reserve Master Plan Implementation click here.

Council now invites your feedback on Stage Two

Stage Two includes upgrades to the southern end of the reserve as detailed in the (concept) Open Space and Landscape Plan. The Plan focuses on rejuvenating the 19th century heritage green spaces and garden beds, creating a winding path network and upgrading the playground.

View the Open Space and Landscape Plan and the design considerations that have informed it.

Alternatively go to the Document Library on the right.

There are a number of ways you can participate and provide your feedback:

  • Complete the short survey below.
  • Have a chat with the project team at one of our drop in sessions (dates on the right).
  • Click the '+ Follow' button (top left of your screen) to receive project update emails.

Tell us....

The consultation period for the landscape design at Dennis Reserve has now closed. Thank you for providing your feedback.

What are your main reasons for visiting the reserve?

What type of equipment would you like to see included in the playground? Keep in mind that the space allocated for a playground is small. Dennis Reserve is a heritage reserve therefore the playground will integrate into the surrounding landscaping.

Do you have any local knowledge or historical information about the reserve you would like to share to inform the final Open Space and Landscape Design? If yes, please share below.

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.