The Shire of Campaspe is planning for an even brighter future by developing and adopting plans and strategies for open spaces and recreational areas across the municipality.
Shire wide plans & strategies
This strategy provides direction and key actions focussed on improving, managing and acquiring public open space over the next ten years.
This aim of this strategy is to identify a direction and opportunities for Council for the future provision of walking and cycling paths and trails in the Shire of Campaspe after consideration of local and regional issues.
This strategy was developed to provide strategic direction for the provision of playgrounds within the Shire of Campaspe over 10 years.
The strategy was updated in 2012 - Playground Strategy Review.
This strategy in intended as a guide to community groups about the potential for development of the 31 recreation reserves within the Shire of Campaspe.
The objective of this strategy is to provide a coherent approach to wayfinding in the Shire of Campaspe. The focus of the style guide and manual is on Echuca, with reference to signage placement in Kyabram and Rushworth, plus all other areas extended across the shire.
Echuca plans & strategies
This plan provides the vision, principles and project outcomes to maximise the potential of the site and its impact environmentally, economically and socially.
This plan has been developed as a joint initiative with the Shire of Murray. The overall study aim was to identify a strategic direction for the provision of recreation facilities and service development in Echuca Moama.
This master plan reviews a previous plan completed in 2006 and investigates the implications and opportunities that may arise for Victoria Park and the immediate surrounding area.
Kyabram plans & strategies
This master plan provides for the anticipated current and future user groups of the reserve and provides for future flexibility.
This master plan reviews current assets and considers the range of existing and potential users of the reserve, identifies preferred layout, configuration and type of assets to accommodate current and future demand.