Enjoy soccer, baseball, cricket, football, and athletics at this popular dog-friendly sports ground bordering Gardiners Creek. You'll also find an adventure playground, BBQ area and picnic seating.
Soccer and football.
Soccer field and public toilets.
Malvern City Soccer Club.
Baseball and soccer.
Floodlights, coaches box, batting cage, and public toilets.
Malvern Baseball Club, Glen Iris Baseball Club.
Soccer, baseball, athletics, ultimate frisbee.
Soccer field, floodlights and public toilets
Malvern City Soccer Club
Cricket, football and athletics.
1 turf cricket wicket, 2 synthetic practice wickets, BBQ, 1 long jump pit, 1 discus cage and floodlights.
Prahran Cricket Club, Glen Iris Junior Football Club, Camberwell Malvern Little Athletics Club, Malvern Harriers.
Currently closed to the public by the Level Cross Removal Project.
Apply for casual hire on our sports ground and facilities page
Originally called Kooyong Park, the land was acquired by Malvern Council between 1926 and 1934, cricket pitches were laid and new trees planted.
In 2013 the park was renamed in honour of Sir Zelman Cowen AK, GCMG, GCVO, PC, QC (1919-2011), former Governor General of Australia (1977-1982), Scotch Grammar Old Boy and frequent user of the park.
For more information, contact our Stonnington History Centre.
The nearest public transport services are:
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Talbot Crescent, Malvern 3144 View map
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