Royal Park Protection Group


River GumEstablished in 1996 to protect, regenerate and conserve the Royal Park as a unique, indigenous, central city park for present and future generations.
Oppose alienation of parkland by government, commercial, sporting and other bodies to:-

  • Ensure development consistent with principles of the 1987 Royal Park Master Plan, and provide –
  • Public access consistent with the terms of the establishment of the Royal Park.

Registration No A0035478L
PO Box 197 Parkville 3052

Julianne Bell Event
paul paul 2 weeks ago

Hello everyone, On Saturday August 5th there will be a small function to mark the installation of the framed photograph of Julianne and text panel in Walmsley House. The idea of the photograph w… Read More

Community Planting - Bayles St Grasslands
paul paul 1 month ago

Community Planting - Bayles Street Grasslands. When: Saturday June 24th Time: 10-12 noon Bring: BYO Gardening gloves, other equipment provided. Morning tea provided. See attached flyer… Read More

Community planting in Remnant Native Vegetation Site
paul paul 2 months ago

Saturday June 3, 10am-12noon. Community planting in Remnant Native Vegetation Site, Royal Park West.  (Behind Ross Straw Field) Meet at the northern gate into the Remnant Site (off Capital City… Read More

Parkville Gardens (Faulty) Towers
paul paul 2 months ago

The developer of the Parkville Gardens Stages 9-12 has applied for increased building heights - St 9 40 to 67m; St 10 43 to 61m; St 11 40 to 79m; St 12 49 to 54m (already approved).   Note 79m is equi… Read More

Bush Tucker Walk & Talk May 27 10am
paul paul 3 months ago

The next activity in the park is: Bush Tucker Walk & Talk Where: Meet at Walmsley House – then to ANG and environs When: May 27 at 10am Led by Bruce Crotty, long-time CoM Parks and Gar… Read More