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Braeside Park is a large natural area of 295 hectares in a suburban sandbelt.  The park meanders through three very distinctive environments:

        wetlands,

        heathlands and

        red gum woodlands.

 Visitors can:

        walk or cycle along 12 kms of tracks

        picnic in the various picnic areas

        observe birds from the bird hide and viewing platforms

        enjoy the art walls along the Federation Trail, and

        encourage their children to play on the adventure playground,

Braeside Park is an environmental park.  To protect native flora and fauna cats, dogs and horses are not permitted.

Braeside Park has a 24 hour car park at the entrance to the park from Lower Dandenong Road.
The other car parks inside the park open at 8.30am.
In winter it closes at 5.00pm, in spring at 6.00pm, during daylight saving hours at 8.00pm.

The main entry is on Lower Dandenong Road (Melway ref: 88 D8).  Another entrance exists in Governor Rd (Melway Ref: 93 F1). 
Bus services 811 and 812 run along lower Dandenong Rd connecting Dandenong, Springvale, Keysborough and Mentone.

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 Braeside Park has excellent access for people with disabilities.

Click here for answers to some frequently asked questions about the park.

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Last updated: 08 December 2016.

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