Lobley Park


243A Warwick Road, Churchill

District: 3


Lobley Park underwent a major refurbishment in 2011.  The Park now plays host to an accessible Aeronautical themed Playspace including a Control Tower and RAAF Cargo Plane.  Or bring along a book or two and enjoy ''Story Time'' in the park.

With two large picnic facilities either side of the Playspace, it is the perfect place for your Child's next Birthday Party or utilise one of the other 3 new Shelters to the Warwick Road side for your small group gathering.

There is also an extensive footpath system, now connecting one side of the Park to the other.

Off-street parking is available:

  • for best access to the Playspace - park off Lobb Street
  • for the lower Shelters - parking is off Warwick Road


Parks and Leisure Australia State Award Winner for Regional Playspace and Parks Award 2011



Sports fields/courts
  • Cricket
  • Open Kick Around Area
  • Playground Equipment
  • Recreational Pathways
Other Facilities
  • BBQs
  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Access
  • Drinking Water
  • Gazebos/Rotunda/Shelters
  • Monument/Memorial
  • Picnic Facilities/Seats/Benches
  • Public Toilets
Can be used for
  • Personal Training
More Information
    • Child Party Friendly




Application method

Please select how you would like to apply:

The prescribed fee in accordance with Council’s Fees and Charges will be required when submitting an application (if applicable). Please refer to Council’s Fees and Charges

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