Lawson Parklands

(formerly Lawson Crown Lands Masterplan)


Please review and comment on the Lawson Parklands concepts through the feedback form below (scroll down) or by clicking here. Feedback will be accepted until Friday 20 December.


Work has commenced on the detailed design of the Lawson Crown Land Masterplan Stage 1 facilities that include:

  • Increased riparian buffer planting along the boundary of what was the former golf course
  • Improved pedestrian access to surrounding streets and bush trails, and to the town centre
  • Improved detention pond for water quality to Lawson Creek, and associated play and picnic facilities
  • Loop walking/bike path and arboretum, accessible where possible with rest facilities
  • A larger fenced dog off-leash area with seating and a variety of spaces.

The implementation of the Stage 1 facilities is one of the projects co-funded by the three levels of government under Round One of the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, as part of the Western City Deal.

Public involvement in the preliminary stages of the detailed design will help to get the details right and ensure the parklands deliver the bushland restoration work and recreation areas envisaged by the public during preparation of the masterplan.

The public is invited to come to the drop in sessions on 23 and 30 November to talk to the design consultants, and review and comment on the designs for the Lawson Parklands.

(formerly Lawson Crown Lands Masterplan)


Please review and comment on the Lawson Parklands concepts through the feedback form below (scroll down) or by clicking here. Feedback will be accepted until Friday 20 December.


Work has commenced on the detailed design of the Lawson Crown Land Masterplan Stage 1 facilities that include:

  • Increased riparian buffer planting along the boundary of what was the former golf course
  • Improved pedestrian access to surrounding streets and bush trails, and to the town centre
  • Improved detention pond for water quality to Lawson Creek, and associated play and picnic facilities
  • Loop walking/bike path and arboretum, accessible where possible with rest facilities
  • A larger fenced dog off-leash area with seating and a variety of spaces.

The implementation of the Stage 1 facilities is one of the projects co-funded by the three levels of government under Round One of the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, as part of the Western City Deal.

Public involvement in the preliminary stages of the detailed design will help to get the details right and ensure the parklands deliver the bushland restoration work and recreation areas envisaged by the public during preparation of the masterplan.

The public is invited to come to the drop in sessions on 23 and 30 November to talk to the design consultants, and review and comment on the designs for the Lawson Parklands.