A treetop stroll and improved bike tracks have been proposed for Melbourne’s parklands as a part of a 20-year plan to take care of the town’s 123-hectare Domain Parklands.
The City of Melbourne has consulted with land managers and ratepayers to enhance providers and take care of its belongings for future generations. They embody the Royal Botanic Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Government House, Alexandra Park, Alexandra Gardens, the Queen Vitoria Gardens and the Kings Domain.
Councillor Cathy Oke likened the Domain Parklands to New York’s Central Park or London’s Hyde Park.
“Our ageing urban forest within Domain Parklands faces new climate and population growth challenges. As trees reach their end of life, we can make strategic decisions about suitable replacement species that will thrive into the future,” she mentioned.
The plan additionally proposes some adjustments to raods and parking to scale back visitors and enhance pedestrian security.