At Mill Park Leisure, Red’s Landscape Civil and Design are part of the crew transforming the Mill Park Leisure Centre into a state of the art aquatic, recreation and wellbeing hub.
Mill Park Leisure Commercial Landscaping
The landscape design is an open free flowing space with;
- Artificial turf
- Plenty of landscaped gardens
- Rubber soft floor
- Coloured exposed aggregate concrete
- Rain gardens, water retention through rock, soil and fabric
- Class two in-situ concrete
- Raised planter beds
About the Mill Park Aquatic Centre Redevelopment
Building facilities by CICG
The redevelopment of the facilities is being completed by CICG Pty ltd. The improvements to the facilities include group fitness rooms, weight training and cardio areas and 3 new swimming pools.
Swimming Pool Facilities by CICG
The existing swimming pool will be improved to include an all abilities ramp and retiling.
- An upgraded 25 metre pool including complete re-tiling and the installation of an all abilities ramp
- Three new pools, including:
- One for leisure, with water play equipment
- One for swimming lessons
- A new warm water program pool with ramp access
Hard Landscaping by Red’s Landscaping Melbourne
The commercial hardscaping part of the project included in-situ concrete stairs and retaining walls as well as outdoor gym exercise equipment with soft wetpour rubber sports surfaces.
Soft Landscaping by Red’s Landscaping Melbourne
The commercial softscaping part of the project includes the planting of thousands of indigenous and Australian native trees.
- Lawn areas of Village Green Kikuyu
Mill Park Leisure Progress Photos and More information on this Melbourne landscaping project.
Mill Park Leisure Project Funding
The Mill Park Leisure Centre redevelopment has been jointly funded by local Government and the State Government of Victoria. For the entire project funding of $25 million, the State Government of Victoria has contributed $5 million towards the project. The Growing suburbs fund has contributed $2 million and a further $3 million has been contributed by the Community Sport Infrastructure Fund.
About the Growing suburbs fund
Growing Suburbs Fund
The Growing Suburbs Fund supports investment in critical local infrastructure in Melbourne’s diverse and fast-growing interface councils.
About the Community Sport Infrastructure Fund.
Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program
The Victorian Government is investing $68 million to build and upgrade community sports facilities across the state. Not only will the investment support local sporting clubs, it will create jobs and boost Victoria’s economic recovery.