Making Marion Archive


Find consultations that were completed before December 2013 on our old engagement website below.

Click on the consultation titles to learn more.

Find consultations that were completed before December 2013 on our old engagement website below.

Click on the consultation titles to learn more.


  • Sports And Facilities Master Plans (archived)

    over 1 year ago

    At the City of Marion we believe that our community should have access to a broad range of high quality sport and community facilities so that everyone has the opportunity to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.

    To assist Council in developing a Master Plan we recently sought information from residents, including those that did not currently use the site, and requested feedback on the current facilities and their ideas for the future.

    At the City of Marion we believe that our community should have access to a broad range of high quality sport and community facilities so that everyone has the opportunity to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.

    To assist Council in developing a Master Plan we recently sought information from residents, including those that did not currently use the site, and requested feedback on the current facilities and their ideas for the future.

  • Seacliff Park Development Site (archived)

    over 1 year ago

    In conjunction with City of Holdfast Bay we have recently conducted community engagement for the redevelopment of the former Lorenzin and Monier sites at Seacliff Park (also known as Cement Hill).

    In August 2012 we received confirmation from Minister Rau to proceed with the investigations which will inform the rezoning process.

    Since then the City of Marion and City of Holdfast Bay have been working together with the current owners of the land with a view to undertaking the necessary investigations to further the rezoning process. (Traffic Studies, Environmental Reports, etc)

    In conjunction with City of Holdfast Bay we have recently conducted community engagement for the redevelopment of the former Lorenzin and Monier sites at Seacliff Park (also known as Cement Hill).

    In August 2012 we received confirmation from Minister Rau to proceed with the investigations which will inform the rezoning process.

    Since then the City of Marion and City of Holdfast Bay have been working together with the current owners of the land with a view to undertaking the necessary investigations to further the rezoning process. (Traffic Studies, Environmental Reports, etc)

  • Oaklands Recreation Plaza And Reserve (archived)

    over 1 year ago

    The development of a Recreation Plaza and upgrade of Oaklands Estate Reserve has been identified in the Master Plan for the site (2012), which incorporates a wetland, play space, biodiversity corridor and recreation plaza.

    The site is located at 257-265 Oaklands Road, Oaklands Park, and incorporates the Oaklands Estate Reserve, and former Driver Training Centre Site.

    The development of a Recreation Plaza and upgrade of Oaklands Estate Reserve has been identified in the Master Plan for the site (2012), which incorporates a wetland, play space, biodiversity corridor and recreation plaza.

    The site is located at 257-265 Oaklands Road, Oaklands Park, and incorporates the Oaklands Estate Reserve, and former Driver Training Centre Site.

  • Cove Civic Centre (archived)

    over 1 year ago
    Construction of the newly named Cove Civic Centre at Hallett Cove commenced on the 24 October 2013.

    We have engaged with the community to identify and incorporate what services and programs people would like it to deliver, as well as what the precinct and external spaces should look like.

    Construction of the newly named Cove Civic Centre at Hallett Cove commenced on the 24 October 2013.

    We have engaged with the community to identify and incorporate what services and programs people would like it to deliver, as well as what the precinct and external spaces should look like.

  • Play Space Strategy (archived)

    over 1 year ago

    In 2008, the City of Marion developed a 15-year Play Space Strategy to ensure the community’s play spaces were well-designed, well-located, safe and fun for users. So far, 33 play spaces have been upgraded since 2010. Council has invested more than $4.4 million to upgrade the play spaces as part of this plan, which aims to ensure a range of quality play spaces at the local, neighbourhood, precinct and regional level.

    In 2008, the City of Marion developed a 15-year Play Space Strategy to ensure the community’s play spaces were well-designed, well-located, safe and fun for users. So far, 33 play spaces have been upgraded since 2010. Council has invested more than $4.4 million to upgrade the play spaces as part of this plan, which aims to ensure a range of quality play spaces at the local, neighbourhood, precinct and regional level.