Noble Park

Revitalising Noble Park

Project Background

Noble Park is just 30km from Melbourne’s central business district, with easy access to three major transport arterials including Heatherton Road, Princes Highway and Pakenham Cranbourne Rail Line. It is an increasingly popular place to live, the centre’s residential catchment of approximately 29,000 begins within a 5 minute walk of the Activity Centre. Noble Park is a traditional pedestrian friendly main street with a retail focus, including a number of niche bakeries, cafés, restaurants and convenience stores to support daily life.

Noble Park packs a lot of lifestyle punch with improved connectivity, integrated green space and new railway station resulting from the Victorian Government’s Level Crossing Removal initiative.

The $2 million Revitalising Noble Park initiative is a vital project, rejuvenating the centre and reinforcing its village character through an range of community investments.

The Revitalising Noble Park initiative is being delivered by the Victorian Government, through Office of Suburban Development, in partnership with the City of Greater Dandenong. 

Visit Office of Suburban Development website

Highlights

  • Noble Park Health and Wellness Gym opens, 2023
  • Leonard Ave Streetscape completed, 2023
  • Frank Street Open Space completed, 2022
  • Interpretive signs and new public artworks installed, 2022
  • Muderra Way traditional owner name supported 2022
  • People Counters installed, 2021
  • All Abilities Playground Stage 2 receives funding, 2021
  • Noble Park level crossing removal, 2021
  • Noble Park Revitalisation Board and funding announced, 2020
  • Ross Reserve investment commences, 2019
  • New Noble Park Station opened, 2018
  • Elevated rail and level crossing removal project completed, 2018
  • WIFI and CCTV roll out, 2015
  • Artwork, A place for Gathering completed and launched, 2013
  • Noble Park Aquatic Centre opens, 2011
  • Noble Park centenary celebrations and book release, 2009
  • Paddy O’Donoghue Community Centre opens, 2006

Revitalising Noble Park - Projects

Douglas Street, Noble Park

Douglas Street Streetscape Upgrade Project

Colour Connection mural

Colour Connection by Happy Decay

streetscape

Leonard Avenue and Buckley Street Streetscape Redevelopment Project

Happy Grounds mural by Happy Decay

Happy Grounds by Happy Decay

The Noble Community mural

The Noble Community by Sasha Heath

colourfully painted signal box

Noble Park Signal Box Project

yellow and blue painted mural on road

Peace and Harmony for Ukraine

image of street in Noble Park

Traditional Owner Name for Link Road Noble Park

People sitting at an outdoor table

Revitalising Noble Park (Council News article October 2022)

On
Saturday 2 March, 11:00am
Enjoy connecting with your community, whilst exploring some of Noble Park’s open space and embracing pride of place in Our Street.