A Draft Master Plan for Centenary Park Golf Course was developed with the assistance of previous community engagement.
Now we want to hear your thoughts on the proposed recommendations and improvements.
Tell us what you think of the proposed recommendations and precinct improvements. Closes midnight 14 September 2021.
The Draft Master Plan is intended to help Centenary Park evolve into a contemporary golf facility. It aims to strengthen its appeal to its current golfers, and broaden its appeal to the wider community.
The new vision for Centenary Park aims to deliver:
- Improved connections
- Improved golf course
- Upgraded driving range
- New Pavilion & Precinct
- New mini-golf facility
- Additional Car Parking
We encourage you to review the Centenary Park Golf Course – Master Plan Report and provide feedback on these proposed recommendations and improvements.
How can I provide my feedback?
Option 1 (Online) – Complete the online feedback form
Option 2 (Email) – Feedback can be emailed to email@example.com using the subject line “Centenary Park Golf Course Master Plan”
Option 3 (Post) – You can print out the attached form, or phone 1300 322 322 to request a hard copy form be sent to you, and post any feedback to:
Att: Centenary Park Golf Course Master Plan Feedback
30 Davey Street,
Frankston, VIC 3199
When does feedback close?
The Centenary Park Golf Course Draft Master Plan consultation period will run for six (6) weeks from: Tuesday 3 August to midnight Tuesday 14 September.
Council is currently working on the Centenary Park Golf Course (CPGC) Master Plan, building upon previous recommendations and improvements identified as part of the historic 2005 Master Plan. To date, Council have been progressively implementing these recommendations and improvements, and is now undertaking a comprehensive review of the existing Master Plan for the Course, to broaden the opportunity to include the precinct as a whole.
To help inform the new Centenary Park Golf Course vision, Council created an online survey in 2020 for users and interested persons to capture their feedback into their current attendance activity, participation drivers, and future facility and service aspirations. The results (please see the Customer & Community Insights report) from the survey assisted Council in identifying behavioural trends and future innovation opportunities, and helped inform the development of the Draft Centenary Park Master Plan.