Ron Barassi Snr Park - Docklands
The park is located at the Bolte Bridge end of Docklands Drive. a community recreational and sporting facility that features a sports field, community pavilion, playground, barbeque facilities and a walking circuit.
The park is named in recognition of Ronald James Barassi Snr, who played as a rover for the Melbourne Football Club from 1936 to 1940.
We Recommend its a top spot for lunch we normally buy from Harbour Town and sit at the park to eat while the kids play.
The park includes:
Ron Barassi Snr inspired the Australian Football League’s father-son rule, as Melbourne Football Club successfully lobbied the League to allow clubs to preferentially recruit the sons of past players in order to recruit his son Ronald Dale Barassi Jnr. Ron Barassi Jnr subsequently had a highly decorated career as both a player and a coach.
The park’s name was chosen following a public vote in September 2014.
509-529 Docklands drive,