The City of Casey adopted the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, at its Council Meeting held 16 July 2019.

The Master Plan was developed through extensive consultation and is now completed. The adoption of the Master Plan represents Council's commitment to investing in active open space reserves and recognising the important role they play for the entire community.

The Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan was developed to make the reserve better for the future and keep pace with the changing needs of the local community.

UPDATE - February 2021

Due to significant changes taking place to the previous Master Plan that was adopted for Robert Booth Reserve in July 2019, we would like to present a revised concept plan for the reserve for community feedback.

In the original plan, the Hampton Park Tennis Club facilities were due to be relocated, however as this is no longer possible and a new plan has been created to accommodate the facilities remaining on site.

The new plan has considered all the previous feedback that was collated through earlier surveys of user groups and the local community, however, we would like to make sure this new plan keep pace with the changing needs of the community.

We would now like you to please provide your thoughts and make any comments in the form below on what you think of the plan to make sure we are on the right track.

Consultation closes on Sunday 14 March 2021.

Need more information?

If you would like more information regarding the Robert Booth Reserve Master Plan, please contact Casey City Council on 9705 5200 or

Provide your feedback here