Brimbank Park

Brimbank Park

Brimbank Park

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Maribyrnong Valley Parklands

Brimbank Park is part of an Aboriginal cultural landscape in the traditional Country of the Wurundjeri Peoples. Parks Victoria respects the deep and continuing connection that Wurundjeri Traditional Owners have to these lands and waters, and we recognise their ongoing role in caring for Country. 
The Brimbank Park playscape is a haven for creative play. Children and their families will be inspired to connect with nature as they play. The playscape is designed for children of all abilities to play, explore and socialise in the outdoors. Brimbank Park is also part of Parks Victoria's Autism Friendly Visits initiative. Visit the link to learn more about the social script resources that have been developed to show children what they may see and experience during a visit to the park. 

There are several picnic areas in Brimbank Park. Gas barbecues, shelters and picnic tables are available free of charge. If picnics aren't your style, stop by Lumbar & Co for your caffeine fix, a sweet treat or a delicious healthy lunch.  

Walk or cycle along the extensive network of trails. Take a long stroll around the park to observe its expansive size and incredible views. With over 10km of tracks in Brimbank Park and the Maribyrnong River Trail, you're bound to find a walk that's right for you.  

Those looking for a bit of a challenge will find the Maribyrnong River Trail. This 25km trail is truly breathtaking. The tree-lined river path meanders along the Maribyrnong River all the way to Footscray. 

In parts of the park, native grasslands sweep across open plains, down through rocky outcrop escarpments to majestic River Red Gums lining the Maribyrnong River. These natural areas are home to a host of local wildlife. 

See if you can spot birds including parrots, galahs, large wetland birds and birds of prey. Brushtail and ringtail possums live in the large River Red Gums. Wallabies and bats are known to frequent the area, as well as different species of reptiles. 

Things To Do

This area is well known for its wildlife. Keep an eye out for:

Walking in Brimbank Park

With over 10km of tracks in Brimbank Park and the Maribyrnong River Trail, you are sure to find a path right for you. Most of the paths through Brimbank Park are sealed and allow for shared access and disabled visitors.

Brimbank Park Playscape

The Brimbank Park Playscape is a haven for creative play that will inspire children and families to connect with nature. The playscape has been designed specifically to create opportunities for children of all abilities, including those in wheelchairs, to have fun in the park, explore and socialise in the outdoors.
A mother, father and two primary-aged children sit outside with coffees at Brimbank Park

Café and picnic spots

The café at the visitor centre is open during park hours each day, with both indoor and outdoor eating areas. The café’s furnished room can also be hired for events. There are also several picnic areas in the park. Gas barbecues, shelters and picnic tables are available free of charge with no bookings required.

Brimbank Park

This area has an abundance of wildlife. Keep an eye out for:

Crimson Rosella
Echidnas
Kangaroos
Koalas
Wedge-tailed eagles
Wallabies

Tours and adventure experiences in parks

One of the best ways you can get into nature is with a Licensed Tour Operator.

There are more than 400 Licensed Tour Operators across Victoria who are ready and waiting to help you experience and connect with Victoria’s spectacular parks and waterways.

Discover more than 60 different types of nature-based experiences including hiking, mountain biking, boating, four-wheel driving, indigenous culture tours, birdwatching, surfing, diving and so much more. 

Licensed Tour Operators know the all best places to go and will plan and prepare your visit to ensure you are safe and can enjoy your nature-based adventure to the fullest.

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How to get there

Maribyrnong Valley Parklands

Brimbank Park is approximately 15kms north‐west of Melbourne CBD in Keilor East. Vehicle access is from Keilor Park Drive which is off the Western Ring Road.

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Maribyrnong Valley Parklands

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