History Month 2020
The Parkville Association is part of History Month this October! Our free walking tour app, Parkville Heritage Walks, is featured as part of the official Royal Historical Society of Victoria program.
Be sure to try out the app and share with your friends, family and colleagues to promote our special suburb!
Parkville Party in the Park 2019
The Parkville Association organised a community social event in the park (Ievers Reserve) in November. The event was a great success
The Parkville Association is thrilled to announce an important NEW TOUR for our mobile walking tours app - the Parkville Heritage Walks app.
Walk Number 4 explores a whole new area of our beautiful heritage suburb: North Parkville! With features including luxurious park-side villas, a block of Tudor flats with a battlement and Melbourne's first motel on the iconic Royal Parade, we guarantee you'll learn something you didn't know about your neighbourhood.
The Parkville Heritage Walks app provides four separate self-guided tours of our historical South Parkville precinct, using your mobile phone or tablet as a digital tour guide. The app builds on the printed walks brochures and includes digital route maps and full colour photographs of each stop.
You can download the app FOR FREE today
- For Apple users (iPhone, iPad), click on this link:
Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/parkville-heritage-walk/id1352835185
- For Android users, click on this link:
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mytoursapp.android.app1355
Or just search 'Parkville Heritage Walks' in the app store search bar. Easy!
We are sure this app will be a hit with the younger generations, so check it out on a sunny weekend with your kids or grandchildren.
For any assistance loading the app, just contact your friendly Committee and we'll be happy to help.
If you have any comments, queries or corrections, please email us as per below.
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The Parkville Association promotes the right of all residents to quiet enjoyment of the neighbourhood and the surrounding local environment. From time to time there have been incidents where this right has been breached - in some cases due to a lack of understanding of what constitutes a noise violation and/or what is appropriate at different times of the day or night.