Martin Reserve, Hadfield - Play space upgrade

The playspace at Martin Reserve is being upgraded this year, as Council continues to implement the Moreland Play Strategy 2016-20 (PDF 2Mb). This proposed upgrade focuses on the playspace and surrounding parkland area. 

Fitness equipment and concrete access paths will be provided this year. A concrete circuit path around the oval will be installed in early 2021.


Council's Open Space team have completed installation of two fitness equipment stations and access paths. Concrete access paths from Epping Street, Domain Street and to the new fitness equipment areas have also been constructed.

The playspace upgrade is completed except for further works on the log edging and provision of the log balancing unit. In the meantime, the playspace has been safety checked and will be open over the holiday period in December at two entry points in the temporary fencing. The temporary fencing will remain in place until the second week of January 2021 when the log works will be completed.

The concrete circular path with ground markers outside of the oval will start in mid January 2021 and be completed by mid-late February 2021, weather permitting. This circular path will be connected to the access paths already constructed.

You can view the playspace final concept plan: Martin Reserve Playspace Final Concept Plan (PDF 10Mb)

Fitness equipment details : Martin Reserve Fitness Equipment (PDF 3Mb)

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This project is supported by the Victorian Government through the Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program.