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Landcox Park upgrades

We’ve undertaken a series of works at Landcox Park to enhance community enjoyment, intergenerational use, safety and accessibility, and acknowledge the park’s cultural significance.

Key features of works

Path lighting

We installed new path lighting within the park for better visibility and safety during twilight hours. The 29 lights, are equipped with ‘smart’ cells that enable the lights to automatically dim after hours when the park is not in use, reducing energy use and impacts on native wildlife.

Playground and exercise equipment

We expanded the rubber matting area within the playground to enhance safety for users.

We also installed instructional signage on the older adults’ exercise equipment to provide clear user guidance and help people select equipment that is appropriate for their needs.

Indigenous public art

Landcox Park is now home to a new sculpture by Robert Michael Young, a Gunnai, Waradjuri, Gunditjmara and Yorta Yorta artist. Completed in May 2024, the public artwork reflects the shape of a tree trunk and will acknowledge the Indigenous history of Landcox Park, complement the natural environment and create a place for reflection and healing.

The artist has consulted with the Traditional Landowners the Bunurong Land Council. The artwork fulfills one of the strategic aims of the Bayside Arts, Culture and Libraries Strategy 2023-2027 that community members experience creativity and innovation in their day-to-day lives.

The integration of public artworks into sites of significance across Bayside enables the community to experience art in public spaces and parks and encourages cultural tourism.

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All works at Landcox Park were undertaken between July 2023 and May 2024.


Playground, exercise equipment and lighting works

Harshitha Muthuraj

Project Manager

03 9599 4696

Public artwork

Giacomina Pradolin

Arts and Culture Coordinator

03 9599 4371