Mills Avenue Park, Bayswater

Mills Avenue Park is located on Railway Avenue in Bayswater, adjacent to the Bayswater Town Centre.

The area surrounding the reserve contains a handful of Pocket and Local parks, meaning that residents surrounding Mills Avenue Park have a choice of parks within walking distance of their house. Mills Avenue is one of the larger parks in the area.

The City has developed a Parks and Play Space Classification Hierarchy to inform and guide play space redevelopments (this can be found in the Document Library to the right of the page).

Redevelopment of the play space

The play equipment is due for replacement and we are taking the opportunity to redevelop the play space. This means that we would like to know how the community uses the space and their ideas for improvement. This may include play elements, seating, drink fountain and other types of park infrastructure.

The budget for this project is $50,000.

The existing play equipment is shown below:


All play space redevelopments consider accessibility and inclusion, with part of the budget dedicated to pathways and equipment. The City also aims to shade the play equipment as much as possible. You can find further information in the FAQs.

How can I get involved?

You can view the proposed concept plan by clicking here. Alternatively you can find the plan in the Document Library to the right of this page. Once you have had a look at the draft plan, you can provide feedback by completing the survey below in 'Surveys and Forms'.

What's next?

The feedback period will close on 6 April, 2020. The City will review any feedback received and consider any necessary revisions to the proposed concepts. We will then commence detailed design, procurement and placing orders with suppliers. This process will take longer at some play spaces than others, depending on the level of detail required.

Redevelopments are anticipated to start in July/August this year and we will keep the community updated as the information becomes available.

Contact us any time on the details provided in 'Who's Listening' at the top of the page.

Where can I find more information?

The City's Play Space Strategy outlines the City's approach to planning, design and management of play spaces, including the Play Space Redevelopment Program. This document is available in the Document Library to the right of the page.


Mills Avenue Park is located on Railway Avenue in Bayswater, adjacent to the Bayswater Town Centre.

The area surrounding the reserve contains a handful of Pocket and Local parks, meaning that residents surrounding Mills Avenue Park have a choice of parks within walking distance of their house. Mills Avenue is one of the larger parks in the area.

The City has developed a Parks and Play Space Classification Hierarchy to inform and guide play space redevelopments (this can be found in the Document Library to the right of the page).

Redevelopment of the play space

The play equipment is due for replacement and we are taking the opportunity to redevelop the play space. This means that we would like to know how the community uses the space and their ideas for improvement. This may include play elements, seating, drink fountain and other types of park infrastructure.

The budget for this project is $50,000.

The existing play equipment is shown below:


All play space redevelopments consider accessibility and inclusion, with part of the budget dedicated to pathways and equipment. The City also aims to shade the play equipment as much as possible. You can find further information in the FAQs.

How can I get involved?

You can view the proposed concept plan by clicking here. Alternatively you can find the plan in the Document Library to the right of this page. Once you have had a look at the draft plan, you can provide feedback by completing the survey below in 'Surveys and Forms'.

What's next?

The feedback period will close on 6 April, 2020. The City will review any feedback received and consider any necessary revisions to the proposed concepts. We will then commence detailed design, procurement and placing orders with suppliers. This process will take longer at some play spaces than others, depending on the level of detail required.

Redevelopments are anticipated to start in July/August this year and we will keep the community updated as the information becomes available.

Contact us any time on the details provided in 'Who's Listening' at the top of the page.

Where can I find more information?

The City's Play Space Strategy outlines the City's approach to planning, design and management of play spaces, including the Play Space Redevelopment Program. This document is available in the Document Library to the right of the page.