155 Southern Cross Circuit, Springfield Central
Robelle Domain is spread over 24 hectares and comprises over 11km of boardwalks, sporting fields, walking tracks and playgrounds, as well as the stunning Orion Lagoon.
This park is a paradise for families and the play area boasts features that include interactive equipment that combines play with the excitement of electronic gaming and a zero depth water park with a large tipping bucket, jet sprays and spouts.
The park also features shady picnic areas, land art pyramids and an early evening sound and light show to cap off your day.
To facilitate maintenance works, please note that the light and sound show is not currently operating.
A permit/licence is required to use the following areas within Robelle Domain. Using the information provided please ensure you select an area suitable for your event. Please refer to the Application for Use tab to view the park map.
Standard Conditions for each area can be viewed below. To apply for a Park & Facility Use Permit/Licence please complete an application form for assessment of your proposed event.
Please view the area conditions prior to applying for a permit/licence.
The permit holder must produce for inspection, the permit granted by the local government, upon request of an authorised person.
Please click on the name of each area to view its booking calendar (if available) and check availability for your event date/s before submitting your application for use.
|Area||Times||Capacity||Power (on-site)||Standard Conditions|
|White Gum Terrace||6:00am-10:00pm||500||No||View|
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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