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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Additional Parking Spaces Available At Wyndham Park in Werribee City Centre

Wyndham City announced plans for a significant upgrade to the car park at Wyndham Park, situated at 59-61 Cottrell Street in Werribee resulting in the addition of 80 more parking spaces marking a substantial increase of 30 spaces from the existing gravel parking lot. Project set to be finalised by mid to late 2024

Wyndham City has announced the upcoming upgrade of the car park at Wyndham Park located at 59 – 61 Cottrell Street Werribee.

Set to be finalised by mid to late 2024, the project is designed not only to alleviate parking constraints but also to prioritize inclusivity by incorporating four accessible car spaces.

80 New Parking Spaces

The initiative aims to create 80 parking spaces, a significant increase of 30 spaces from the existing gravel car park. Alongside this expansion, the project will introduce notable upgrades in amenities and infrastructure, promising enhanced access and convenience for the community.

Additionally, new lighting, footpaths, and landscaping will be incorporated to enhance safety and aesthetics, creating a more visually appealing environment.

The transformation of the temporary gravel car park on Cottrell Street into a formal, well-landscaped facility, highlights Wyndham City’s commitment to providing user-friendly parking solutions.

The car park will continue to offer free parking upon completion of works in line with the rest of the Werribee City Centre and will continue to employ a three-hour time limit to ensure equitable access for all.

Expressing enthusiasm for the project, Wyndham City Mayor, Councillor Jennie Barrera, emphasised the benefits it will bring to the City Centre.

“As Wyndham City continues to grow, so does the demand for improved parking and access,” said Cr Barrera.

“This initiative will not only enhance the community’s experience but also contribute to the ongoing development of our City Centre.”

In accordance with the Werribee City Centre Parking Strategy, this endeavor represents a focused endeavor to improve parking infrastructure in the vicinity, addressing the changing requirements of both residents and visitors.

Matthew Giannelis
Matthew Giannelis
Matthew is the chief editor of the Werribee News and Tech Business News based in Melbourne Australia. After contracting in the IT world as a systems engineer his career turned to journalism
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