Arcade Way Reserve

A unique interior park in a Walter Burley Griffin designed suburban estate. Some native vegetation has survived disturbances such as exotic tree planting and playground and path construction. The reserve contains Critically Endangered Spiny Rice-flower and state-listed Vulnerable Pale Swamp Everlasting.

Main photo: The estate turns its back on the grassland behind its rear fences
2: A playground is integrated into the grassland
3: Drumstick flowers and pollinator_Photo Dee Smith
4: Running Postman_Photo Dee Smith
5: Spur Velleia_Photo Dee Smith
6: The entry does little to suggest a grassland is present

Other names:
Owner: City of Moonee Valley
Manager: City of Moonee Valley
Notes: Arcade Way Reserve is located to the east of Arcade Way, in a residential area of East Keilor and Avondale Heights within the City of Moonee Valley, between Milleara Road to the east and the Maribyrnong River to the west, approximately 10 kilometres north-west of the Melbourne central business district
Key features:
Access: Accessible via Arcade Way
Status: Extant
Address: Allan Reserve, 22 Park Dr, Keilor East VIC 3033, Australia
Area (ha): 1.537059877
Lattidude (decimal): -37.74849298
Longitude (decimal): 144.8592064
Location: -37.748945, 144.854723
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