Lysterfield Park

Lysterfield Park

Lysterfield Park, a public park in Greater Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The park, which covers 1,398 hectares (3,450 acres), is located approximately 30 km (19 mi) south of Melbourne’s central business district. It is also close to Lysterfield, a suburb in the City of Casey. The combined 1,668 hectares (4.120 acres) of the Dandenong Valley’s Churchill National Park makes the parks a total of 1,668 hectares (4.120 acres). They provide recreational opportunities and a refuge for reptiles, native birds, and mammals.

Lysterfield Park was established in 1979 after the decommissioning and placing of Lysterfield Reservoir’s catchment under the National Park Service’s management. The park was officially established on May 19, 1981. It covers 1,151 hectares (2.840 acres). Extensions were made to it in 1984, 1988 and 1995.

Lysterfield Park hosted the 2006 Commonwealth Games mountain biking events.

There are many trails that can be used for XC or trail MTB riding. Trails are clearly marked and indicate the difficulty level. Recent years of trail management between 2012 and 2015 have resulted in greatly improved drainage and the use of natural and man-made elements. Trail conditions are now much better.

Lysterfield is a well-known MTB location near Melbourne due to its natural environment, range of trails, and location.

To make it easier for emergency service callers to provide more precise location information, there were several emergency markers installed in the park in 2008.


When you are visiting Lysterfield Park, you can visit HBK Constructions as well because we are located very close to Lysterfield Park. Check out below maps.

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