Belair Avenue Park is a small pocket park in the Glenroy activity centre that provides a quiet retreat from busy Pascoe Vale Road. It previously contained a car park, public toilet and has a bus interchange between Lytton Street and Belair Avenue.
Council have transformed this small pocket park on Belair Avenue Glenroy into an exciting new park. You can see the transformation of the new park by looking at the links below:
Before and After sheet 1 (PDF 525Kb)
Before and After sheet 2 (PDF 680Kb)
Before and After sheet 3 (PDF 465Kb)
Street Art Project
Following completion of works at Belair Avenue Park in June 2020, Council has been successful in obtaining further funding to provide street art to the back of the toilet block, facing the reserve. This element was included in the original concept design for the park.
Council is currently tendering to appoint an artist and planning for works to be undertaken during March - June 2021 (dates to be confirmed). Glenroy College students have provided some artwork to be used as input for this street art and will be kept involved in the art project as it develops.
If you would like further information on this project please email our Landscape Architect Deb Piattoni or phone 9240 1111.