Georges River Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the Draft Georges River Master Plan, which proposes a long-term vision for the potential urban renewal of the Georges River Precinct. The precinct is located between the Liverpool City Centre, Anzac Creek and the South-Western Motorway. The Master Plan hopes to create a true river city that has a vibrant mix of uses and activities. The plan envisages a connected and walkable precinct which provides generous public access to the river front and improved connections across the Georges River. The plan proposes a range of housing types and densities (from low to high) and explores a mix of employment opportunities which will be responsive to our changing economy. The plan provides a framework for growth over a period up to 2050, but makes no changes to current planning rules.

Council invites interested members of the public to provide feedback or written submissions regarding the Master Plan. All submissions must be received by the close of business on 5 December 2016.

Explore the map below, which provides a summary of some of the elements in the Master Plan including land uses, riverfront character, density, development sequencing and more.


Liverpool City Council is exhibiting the Draft Georges River Master Plan, which proposes a long-term vision for the potential urban renewal of the Georges River Precinct. The precinct is located between the Liverpool City Centre, Anzac Creek and the South-Western Motorway. The Master Plan hopes to create a true river city that has a vibrant mix of uses and activities. The plan envisages a connected and walkable precinct which provides generous public access to the river front and improved connections across the Georges River. The plan proposes a range of housing types and densities (from low to high) and explores a mix of employment opportunities which will be responsive to our changing economy. The plan provides a framework for growth over a period up to 2050, but makes no changes to current planning rules.

Council invites interested members of the public to provide feedback or written submissions regarding the Master Plan. All submissions must be received by the close of business on 5 December 2016.

Explore the map below, which provides a summary of some of the elements in the Master Plan including land uses, riverfront character, density, development sequencing and more.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Provide Feedback

    This survey allows you to provide feedback on each part of the Draft Master Plan. You may answer as many or as few of the questions as you like.

    This survey allows you to provide feedback on each part of the Draft Master Plan. You may answer as many or as few of the questions as you like.

    Consultation has concluded