Aqualink nodes set to start

Published on 15 September 2023


Council was delighted to welcome the Member for Eureka, Michaela Settle, to Darley today to join Mayor, Cr Rod Ward, and Councillor Moira Berry in turning the first sod of the new Aqualink activity nodes project.

The nodes will form an integral part of the Aqualink Cycling and Walking Corridor. When completed, Aqualink will provide non-car transport from the Lerderderg River to the Bacchus Marsh train station.

The nodes include exercise equipment, picnic tables and play areas.

“This is such an important project for Bacchus Marsh, providing passive recreation and transport options for residents and visitors, and the activity nodes, where people can stop and exercise or rest, are a great feature of the corridor,” Cr Ward said.

“We sincerely thank the Victorian Government for its $600,000 commitment to the nodes via its Growing Suburbs Fund for this project, which has created a wonderful community asset.”

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