Suitable for children's play, sports, events and social gatherings.
If you’re feeling active, Grace Park is a great place to be.
Lined by oak trees, the park has plenty of open space. The park is used for activities such as Carols by Candlelight.
- Cycling path
- Off-lead dog area (read the park rules on our Off-lead dog parks page)
- Basketball and squash half-courts
- Rebound wall
2 Hilda Crescent, Hawthorn 3122
There is limited parking in front of the Grace Park Hawthorn Club, accessible from Hilda Crescent.
The venue is a 10-minute walk (700 m) from Hawthorn train station.
The venue is a 5-minute walk (300 m) from the number 75 tram stop at Power Street/Burwood Road.
About the park
This is a popular space for locals of all ages who come to use the basketball and squash half courts, or join the tennis club. It’s also on a bicycle route.
Grace Park Hawthorn Club operates the clay tennis courts.
In 2016, a raingarden opened in Grace Park. Read about the project on our Grace Park raingarden page.