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Victoria Park is a large recreational area and one of Ballarat's most significant parks. On 23 May 1890 citizens helped plant more than 3000 trees to celebrate Victoria's first Arbor Day.
You can exercise your dog in an off-leash area but must maintain effective control. Discover off-leash areas on the map below.
Responsible Pet Ownership
You can keep up to two dogs and up to two cats. Animals kept on farm land are exempt. See pages 27-28 of the Community Local Law 2017 for details. Submit an Excess Animals Application to apply for a permit to keep more pets than listed above.
Find a public BBQ on our map. We regularly clean and maintain the BBQs. Found a problem? Submit a report.
Find a playground across our city on the map below. Found a problem at a playground? Let us know by reporting the issue.
The reserve, at the Corner of Gillies and Norman Streets, includes a fenced playground ith features suitable for children of all ages. Public Toilets and BBQ facilities are also located on site. Features Public toilets BBQs Playgrounds
Ballarat has a wide diversity of trees in terms of species, age, size and density. The trees are an essential part of the urban and rural fabric, providing economic, social and ecological benefits. The Tree Management Plan 2018-22 aims to: provide a clear and consistent approach to managing risks associated with tree assets and issues assist us in determining priorities for tree programs and works support our focus on adopt...
Len T Fraser Reserve
The LT Fraser Reserve is the site of Ballarat’s major skate facility, the Ballarat Regional Skate Park. The reserve is also home to the Open Monument, a 430 square metre installation which recognises the contribution of the Chinese to Ballarat and the surrounding region from 1850 onwards. Features Public toilets BBQs Playgrounds Skate park
Originally a quarry for the local Eureka Tile Works until 1982, Lake Esmond was replanted and revived as a lake and reserve. A large area of surrounding parkland includes an adventure playground, walking track BBQs and toilets, treed areas and open space. The lake was named after early gold discoverer and Eureka Stockade leader, James Esmond. Features Public toilets BBQs Playgrounds Water feature