The Victorian Government unveiled the final plans for 22.5 hectares of parks, paths and recreation facilities underneath the elevated railway line between Caulfield to Dandenong in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs. The project involves the removal of nine level crossings and connects communities that were previously split apart by the ground level train tracks.

The public realm designed by ASPECT Studios Melbourne studio includes the creation of three linear parks – and 17km of bike and walking trails – five railway station plazas, a new town square for Noble Park and seven new community spaces.

Each community space has been in a central location for community access and offer a range of activities for all ages, such as recreation, sport, fitness, picnicking, market space and public gathering.

The unique design and material selection of each community space has been drawn from the past and present history and local manufacturers.
Double-A has been working closely with ASPECT Studios Melbourne to develop the graphic languages for each activity nodes and associated way finding.

To learn more: ASPECT Studio Melbourne

All images will Artist impression courtesy of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project.