Victoria Park is the former home to the famous Mighty Magpies and was established in 1879 on Dight's Paddock by Frederick Trenerry Brown and David Abbot and then given as a gift to the citizens of Collingwood for their "resort and recreation" in 1882.
The park has been transformed into a major community recreation space and includes a fenced football oval, community centre at Victoria Park's Social Club building, public art and sculpture and is home to Collingwood Football Club's VFL matches - visitors are able to attend all games for free.
Address: Abbot St & Lulie St, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Ground dimensions: 160 x 130M
Ticket agent: Ticketek
Patrons requiring accessibility to Victoria Park at Gates 1A, 1B and 2 only. There is designated wheelchair accessible seating around the ground. On request, temporary chairs will also be made available for carers.