Pleasant, easy walk with city views, taking in gardens and a temple. The roundabout is a sight, with pretty pink flowers in Spring. Enjoy a walk around Braybrook Park & Churchill Avenue shops.
Meet up with friends at Braybrook & Maidstone Neighbourhood House and chat to locals as you stroll down Melon street. Did you notice the beautiful old wheelbarrow full of succulents? Be amazed by the topiary dragon in the Vietnamese Cao Dai Temple garden. Walk up to the shops on Churchill Avenue to find the barber, baker, chemist, coffee and lunch. Cross over Churchill Avenue and wander around the Braybrook Park track and notice the Braybrook Commons Community Gardens and admire the sculptures created by local artists.
This organisation is made up of residents who live in Braybrook and Maidstone and surrounding areas and are committed to listening to and representing local people to build a proud community.
Check out some of the wonderful gardens, like the wheelbarrow garden, on the walk. Very inspiring!
Cao Dai is a new religious movement founded in Vietnam. It was established in the city of Tây Ninh, southern Vietnam in 1926. Admire the topiary dragons!
Enjoy the view of the roundabout, planted by Maribyrnong City Council and maintained by local residents, before you turn right onto Churchill Avenue.
People created by TRUC artists, Jonathan Leahey and David Burrows and made with corten steel.
Braybrook's first library has transformed the community. Young, old, and everyone in between make their way to the library to read, relax and connect with others.
The garden was set up by Maribyrnong City Council to help improve food security in Braybrook and surrounds. The garden members are now an incorporated group. Join up and grow your own food!
Enjoy a wander around the park, walking and talking with friends. Breathe in the fresh air nine kilometres from the city centre. Join in a kick of the footy or soccer ball and get your heart rate up!