A new multi-level carpark in the heart of Croydon

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Council has received funding from the Australian Government for a new multi-level carpark for the Croydon community. The multi-deck carpark is currently being built on Council owned land in Devon Street which is centrally located behind Croydon Main street and adjacent to the Croydon Train station and bus depot. The facility will provide much needed additional commuter carparking and improved pedestrian access and amenity to the area. The carpark will also include a 1400sqm commercial tenancy.

The multi-level carpark project aims to deliver the following benefits to the community:

  • 400 additional parking bays
  • Dedicated accessible car parking with DDA compliant access
  • Safe pedestrian access to and from local transport hubs including Croydon Station and Bus Depot
  • Safe pedestrian access to and from Main Street, Town Square, and Croydon Community Precinct
  • Environmentally Sustainable Design initiatives (such as solar power, rainwater collection)
  • Car charging points for electric vehicles
  • Clear wayfinding signage
  • Deterrents to minimise anti-social behaviour in and around the building; and
  • Future proofing - the design means that in years to come the facility can provide alternate uses if required (i.e. office space or retail)

Kane Constructions were awarded the project contract in September 2020 with the project anticipated to be completed by late 2021.

Progress Update

Progress continues on site this week with the following:

  • Tenancy fit out ongoing
  • Ramp Level 1 to Level 2 completed
  • Level 2 Suspended slab poured
  • Facade and crash rail commenced

Check out our latest images of the site in our Image Library

If you have a question directly related to the Devon Street multi-level carpark project, you can forward it to us using the tab below. We will direct your inquiry to the appropriate project officer. Alternatively you can contact us on 9298 4598 or 1300 88 22 33

Council has received funding from the Australian Government for a new multi-level carpark for the Croydon community. The multi-deck carpark is currently being built on Council owned land in Devon Street which is centrally located behind Croydon Main street and adjacent to the Croydon Train station and bus depot. The facility will provide much needed additional commuter carparking and improved pedestrian access and amenity to the area. The carpark will also include a 1400sqm commercial tenancy.

The multi-level carpark project aims to deliver the following benefits to the community:

  • 400 additional parking bays
  • Dedicated accessible car parking with DDA compliant access
  • Safe pedestrian access to and from local transport hubs including Croydon Station and Bus Depot
  • Safe pedestrian access to and from Main Street, Town Square, and Croydon Community Precinct
  • Environmentally Sustainable Design initiatives (such as solar power, rainwater collection)
  • Car charging points for electric vehicles
  • Clear wayfinding signage
  • Deterrents to minimise anti-social behaviour in and around the building; and
  • Future proofing - the design means that in years to come the facility can provide alternate uses if required (i.e. office space or retail)

Kane Constructions were awarded the project contract in September 2020 with the project anticipated to be completed by late 2021.

Progress Update

Progress continues on site this week with the following:

  • Tenancy fit out ongoing
  • Ramp Level 1 to Level 2 completed
  • Level 2 Suspended slab poured
  • Facade and crash rail commenced

Check out our latest images of the site in our Image Library

If you have a question directly related to the Devon Street multi-level carpark project, you can forward it to us using the tab below. We will direct your inquiry to the appropriate project officer. Alternatively you can contact us on 9298 4598 or 1300 88 22 33

  • Vibrant Artworks by local artist Vandal

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    Having a Yarn 2021

    A proud Wiradjuri Woman and emerging public artist (bundadhaany), Vandal lives in the eastern region and enjoys the greenery and urban bush feel of Maroondah.

    The works reflect some of the rich biodiversity to be found in Maroondah. Inspired by birds that are Indigenous to the Maroondah region, the panels depict the Eastern Yellow Robin and the Red-browed Finch. The birds are framed by the Cinnamon Wattle and the Common Correa flower which can also be found in Maroondah and are often planted to attract birds.

    “Surrounded by cinnamon wattle (Acacia leprosa) the Eastern Yellow Robins (Eopsaltria australis) in this piece are busy having a good old yarn with one another. The birds around me are always talking. I always hear the birds chatting away when I wake up, or during the evening when winding down after the day. Why don’t we take notice of them? Why don’t we hear them? We need to listen to the animals. We need to have a chat, a yarn, with those around us, our neighbours, and our community. There is a lot to talk about in our lives, and we should enjoy sharing our yarns with everyone.”


    Day Dreaming (The Quiet) 2021

    “The two little red-browed finches (Neochmia temporalis) in this piece are about to talk, but seem to be distracted by the Common Correa flowers ( Correa reflexa or variety of) or something else that we, the viewer, can’t quite see beyond the Correa flowers. Instead they end up having a little day dream, or moment of quiet contemplation and reflection.”

    Artist statements, Tricia Van Der-Kuyp February 2021

  • More than just a carpark

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    Did you know that Multi-level Carpark facilities can be used for much more than just commuter carparking?

    In recent years there has been a growing movement amongst communities to utilise multi-level carparks during off-peak period for a broad range of initiatives. For example:


    • Day or Night Markets
    • Art exhibitions
    • Music events
    • Movie screenings
    • Fitness sessions
    • Sports training events


    These types of activities are a great way to activate spaces that we dont always consider, further enhancing the local area and bringing the community together.

    Consultation coming soon:

    In the coming weeks Council will be consulting with people who live, work, study or play in the Croydon community, seeking your input on these type of initiatives and much more. We want to know what type of activities or initiatives you think are needed in the very heart of Croydon beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, to help our communities re-connect with one another and to support our local businesses.

    The details of this consultation will be provided on this project page soon. To stay up to date on the Croydon Multi-level Carpark construction and all upcoming consultation opportunities, register your details below. You will receive an email notification from us each time this project page is updated. Registration is easy and you can opt out at any time.

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