Yarrambat Park is in line for a $9.7 million makeover. Nillumbik council has approved a masterplan for the project, which includes a $6.3 million upgrade of the Yarrambat Park golf course and driving range, and $1.6 million for the clubhouse dining and function areas.
A further $1.8 million has been allocated to parkland improvements.
It is anticipated funding will be a mix of council, state and federal government grants, as well as money from local clubs and any commercial partners. The parkland is occupied by a number of regional groups including the Diamond Valley Archery Club, Yarrambat Pony Club and Adult Riders Club, Northern Suburbs Fly Fishing Club, Yarrambat Heritage Museum and Historical Society and Greensborough Model Aircraft Club.
The first steps of the plan would involve redeveloping the driving range and improving irrigation. The pavilion shared by the archery and fishing clubs would be expanded and the archery target range fenced off.
The masterplan is available at the golf course and on the council's website.
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