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Park features
Walking your dog

    In dog off-leash parks you must still keep your dog under control. In all other public places, dogs must be kept in control with a leash, cord or chain. Dogs are prohibited from the area around playgrounds or within creeks.

    Accessibility

      See locations of recharge points for electric wheelchairs and scooters.

      Recreation

        See the Council Active Moreland website for leisure centres, pools, sports and activites in Moreland.

        Park history

        Canopy transformation: The avenue of Elm trees in Temple Park were planted following the WWI armistice in 1918 and were laid out as a ‘V’ in reference to ‘victory’, ‘honour’, ‘remembrance’ and ‘memorial’.

        Canopy transformation: The avenue of Elm trees in Temple Park were planted following the WWI armistice in 1918 and were laid out as a ‘V’ in reference to ‘victory’, ‘honour’, ‘remembrance’ and ‘memorial’.
        [Image courtesy of Brunswick Library.]

        Some things don’t change: Temple Park remains a popular park for social gatherings and children’s play. This painting by S Hennessy in 1921 highlights how only fashion has changed. 

        Some things don’t change: Temple Park remains a popular park for social gatherings and children’s play. This painting by S Hennessy in 1921 highlights how only fashion has changed. 
        [Image courtesy of Brunswick Library.]

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