Parks & Reserves in Hume
Hume City Council is responsible for landscaping and maintenance of parks and sporting reserves, playgrounds, nature strip trees, median strips, trees in parks and land surrounding Council buildings such as leisure centres, pre-schools and childcare facilities. Council also keeps reserves free of litter, installs playground equipment and carries out a yearly roadside slashing program.
We also manage remnant vegetation in Hume, community tree planting activities, environmental programs and provide advice and information on indigenous plants, weeds, sustainable land management and Hume's natural environment.
Hume City Electrical Line Clearance Management Plan.pdf
Link to Evans Street Wildflower Grassland in Sunbury.
Link to Jack Roper Reserve in Broadmeadows.
Listing of Parks, Walkways and Reserves in Hume by suburb:
Link to Attwood Parks & Reserves
Link to Broadmeadows Parks & Reserves
Bulla, Campbellfield & Clarkefield
Link to Bulla, Campbellfield & Clarkefield Parks/Reserves
Coolaroo & Dallas
Link to Coolaroo & Dallas Parks & Reserves
Link to Craigieburn Parks & Reserves
Gladstone Park & Greenvale
Link to Gladstone Park & Greenvale Parks/Reserves
Jacana & Kalkallo
Link to Jacana & Kalkallo Parks/Reserves
Link to Meadow Heights Parks & Reserves
Mickleham & Oaklands Junction
Link to Mickleham & Oaklands Junction Parks/Reserves
Roxburgh Park & Somerton
Link to Roxburgh Park & Somerton Parks/Reserves
Link to Sunbury Parks & Reserves
Tullamarine & Westmeadows
Link to Tullamarine & Westmeadows Parks/Reserves
Adopt a Park
Would you like to make a difference in your local area and make some new friends in your neighbourhood? Hume is calling on residents to adopt a local park to help us keep them clean, safe places that we are proud to live in. To register your interest and for more information on what support you will receive from Council contact Council’s Waste and Litter Education Officer on 9205 2200.
Visit Adopt a Park for more information.
Community Fruit and Vegetable Gardens
We have five community gardens ready for use by the local community for growing herbs, vegetables and fruit.
Get involved in your local area! Learn hands-on gardening and grow your own fresh and organic food. The gardens can also help reduce your household waste by using communal composting systems and are fantastic places to meet other people. If you would like to know more, call us on 9205 2200 or visit Community Gardens for locations.
Street and Reserve Tree Documents:
Tree Protection Seminar Presentations