Diamond Creek Regional Playspace

Photo of Diamond Creek Regional Playspace - a playground and grassy area

Welcome to the new regional playspace in Diamond Creek

The Diamond Creek Regional Playspace is located at Diamond Creek Reserve, near Marngrook Oval, the Diamond Creek Bowls Club and the off-leash dog park.

This fantastic nature-themed playspace is designed for all ages and abilities, and works closely with the natural parkland environment.

It features dedicated junior and senior play areas, flying foxes, nature play and cubby area. There are picnic shelters, seats, tables, barbecues, and public toilets.

The playspace is easily accessible from the Diamond Creek Trail.

Playspace FAQs

Can I get to the playspace on public transport?

Diamond Creek Railway Station, located on Station Street, is approximately 900m (10 to 15 min walk) north-east of the playspace. Diamond Creek is on the Hurstbridge railway line. 

There is also a bus stop at Diamond Creek Plaza, with the 580 bus (from Eltham to Diamond Creek) and the 343 bus (from Greensborough to Hurstbridge) stopping here.

For further information about public transport options in the Diamond Creek area, please visit the Public Transport Victoria Website.

Where can I park?

Parking is available at the carpark adjacent to the Diamond Creek Bowls Club.

Can I bring my dog to the playspace?

Dogs are not permitted in the playspace, however there is a dog exercise park nearby - adjacent to the Diamond Creek Cowls Club.

Is there a BBQ at the playspace?

Yes, there are BBQs, picnic tables and picnic shelters at the playspace.

What are the opening hours of the toilet block at the playspace?

  • October - April: Monday to Sunday 8am to 9pm
  • May - September: Monday to Sunday 8am to 6pm

Including Public Holidays

Please note these opening hours and may be reviewed and altered at Council's discretion.

How do I report graffiti, vandalism or an incident at the playspace?

Please phone Council’s Customer Service Team on 9433 3111.


The Diamond Creek Reserve labyrinth is a simple, non-intrusive contemplative pathway set in the landscape used for walking exercise and meditation.

More information about the labyrinth can be found at the Participate Nillumbik website.

Tram Café

Alongside the playspace is the Tram Café, operated by the Rotary Club of Diamond Creek.

More information about the Tram Café can be found at the Diamond Creek Rotary Tram Project Facebook page.

Tram Café FAQs

What is the address of the tram?

The address is Diamond Creek Reserve, 28 Main Hurstbridge Road, Diamond Creek 3089.

The Tram Café is located approximately 500m south of the main entrance into Diamond Creek Reserve, and approximately 250m south of the Diamond Creek Bowls Club and Offleash Dog Park.

What is the history of the tram and who operates the café?

The Tram Café is operated by the Diamond Creek Rotary Club. 

The Diamond Creek Rotary Tram project has involved the refurbishment of an historic W-class tram, one of 130 retired Yarra trams given a new home through the State Government.

Members of the Diamond Creek Rotary Tram Project, volunteers and many sponsors and supporters have spent almost two years restoring the tram to its former glory.

Valley Community Services Limited, Bendigo Bank donated $20,000 towards the deck and roof structure of the tram. This was matched by Council and the cheques were presented to the Diamond Creek Rotary Club at the sod turning event in March 2020. 

For more information about the history of the tram project, please visit the Diamond Creek Rotary Tram Project Facebook Page.

What is the menu? Can I book a table? How do I contact the café and what are the opening hours?

The Tram Café is operated by the Diamond Creek Rotary club.

For more information about the menu, bookings, opening hours and to contact the café, please visit the Diamond Creek Rotary Tram Project Facebook page.



28 Main Hurstbridge Road, Diamond Creek 3089  View map

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