Do you use Royal Park for sport, leisure, work, commuting or other reasons and have views on its safety? Have you had safety-related issues in the Park or at one of the hotspots? Do you avoid Royal Park or parts of it because of safety concerns?

Join us for a 1.5 hour on-site audit at one of the ten ‘hotspots’ to explore these questions and share your experiences. You’ll be contributing to a larger Masterplan development of the Park, and contributing your ideas for improving safety in the Park for you and your community.

A reimbursement amount will provided for all participants to accommodate for your time and travel to the hotspot location.

The City of Melbourne is now calling for Expressions of Interest from community members who would like to take part in a community safety audit between April to May at one of the ‘hotspot’ locations. Some audits will be held during daylight hours, and others after dark.

We will do our best to accommodate everyone, and we encourage you to provide your feedback using our online mapping tool.

To register your interest in participating in an in-person audit, please fill out the EOI form below.

Royal Park Community Safety Audit