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Future of Tatterson Park Playground

Tatterson Park is a large district multi-purpose park located on Cheltenham Road in Keysborough. The park includes a large woodland, three sports grounds, a synthetic soccer pitch, a district level playground, extensive passive open space and wetlands. 

Tatterson Park Playground

The 'World of Insects' Playground at Tatterson Park

Tatterson Park’s existing playground was designed around a ‘World of Insects’ theme featuring ladybugs, ants, beehives and a giant magnifying glass. The themed playground was built in 2009 with the most recent addition of the shade sails being installed in 2016. It is close to the wetland and has a focus on nature.

The City of Greater Dandenong is planning to upgrade the existing insect playground to make it more exciting, inclusive, accessible, and to provide more diverse play, social and recreational experiences. We also want to ensure that the playground can be used by young children as well as provide equipment and activities for teenagers to enjoy.

Help us improve the 'World of Insects' Park

The City of Greater Dandenong is seeking the community’s ideas on how the insect playground can be improved. We want to know how you currently use the playground, what you like about it and what would make you visit more.

Your ideas will help shape the design of the playground.

How to have your say

  1. Come along to the drop-in session on Saturday 8 December, 10am -2pm (meet at the Tatterson Park “World of Insect” Playground, Keysborough)
  2. Email the team on
  3. Call on 8571 1000
  4. Fill in our Survey:
    Have your say

This consultation closes Friday 4 January, 5pm.