Taylor Park 100 Years

Taylor Park Torquay is 100 Years Old, something to celebrate!

Join in the celebrations, to mark the 100 years Birthday of Taylor Park. Centered around the ‘duck pond’ area, the celebrations will focus on the theme of “Environmental & Historical”.

Bring your food, drinks, chair, table, picnic rug etc and set up for a family day of fun and entertainment.

11.30am Wadawurrung The Tradition owners Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony and
Didgeridoo Performance
12.15pm Guest Speakers including Paul Barker Surf Coast Shire Councilor
12.45pm Local community entertainment, Men's Shed Band , Star of the Sea Choir etc
3.00pm Finish

Volunteer groups associated with the Park will also be involved, such as:
Torquay Museum Without Walls,  Torquay and district historical Society, Torquay Lions Club, Torquay community Men’s Shed, Torquay Community Women’s Shed, Torquay Improvement, Torquay Rotary Club, Torquay RubbishRangers, Surfcoast Wildlife Shelter, Wildlife Projects 3228+
Friends of Taylor Park, The Torquay Bowls Club, The Great Ocean Road Authority

Location: Taylor Park, Corner of Fischer St & Zeally Bay Road, Torquay

For many reasons, events may be cancelled, postponed or details changed. Please check the individual event's official website or social media channels for the latest information.


Surf Coast Shire Council Acknowledges the Wadawurrung People, and Gulidjan and Gadubanud Peoples of the Eastern Maar, their Elders and leaders past, present and emerging as the Traditional Owners of the skies, land, waters and sea country across our municipality. We acknowledge their care and custodianship for more than 60,000 years, which continues today. We walk with them as we respectfully care for and tread lightly on these lands. We also extend that respect to all First Nations people who are part of the community.