Wiley Park: Exhibition of the Draft Master Plan

Consultation has concluded


Wiley Park Master Plan

Council has developed a draft master plan for Wiley Park, which is a popular district park that provides a range of recreational, social and cultural spaces for the local community. The project site is bounded by King Georges Road to the west, Canterbury Road to the south, Clio Street to the east and Edge Street to the north.

The areas around the park are growing and Council has worked closely with the community in the development of this draft master plan. We would like to offer our thanks to everyone who engaged and provide feedback at the earlier community sessions hosted between August and December 2018; they told us what they love and what they would like to see improved in the park.

This feedback has been instrumental in the development and shaping of the plan and our guiding principles, which are to provide:

  • A connected active park;
  • A community park;
  • A healthy park; and
  • A park that celebrates water.

At the 30 April 2019 Ordinary meeting, Council authorised the public exhibition of the draft master plan and we are now seeking feedback and comments from the community to make sure we have it right.

The draft master plan is on exhibition until 5pm on Friday 31 May 2019.


Printed copies of the draft master plan are also available for viewing at:

  • Bankstown and Campsie Customer Service Centres;
  • Bankstown, Campsie, Greenacre and Lakemba Library and Knowledge Centres; and
  • Horizons Theatre (within Wiley Park).

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided submissions. The final report has been adopted by Council.


Wiley Park Master Plan

Council has developed a draft master plan for Wiley Park, which is a popular district park that provides a range of recreational, social and cultural spaces for the local community. The project site is bounded by King Georges Road to the west, Canterbury Road to the south, Clio Street to the east and Edge Street to the north.

The areas around the park are growing and Council has worked closely with the community in the development of this draft master plan. We would like to offer our thanks to everyone who engaged and provide feedback at the earlier community sessions hosted between August and December 2018; they told us what they love and what they would like to see improved in the park.

This feedback has been instrumental in the development and shaping of the plan and our guiding principles, which are to provide:

  • A connected active park;
  • A community park;
  • A healthy park; and
  • A park that celebrates water.

At the 30 April 2019 Ordinary meeting, Council authorised the public exhibition of the draft master plan and we are now seeking feedback and comments from the community to make sure we have it right.

The draft master plan is on exhibition until 5pm on Friday 31 May 2019.


Printed copies of the draft master plan are also available for viewing at:

  • Bankstown and Campsie Customer Service Centres;
  • Bankstown, Campsie, Greenacre and Lakemba Library and Knowledge Centres; and
  • Horizons Theatre (within Wiley Park).

Have your say

Thank you to all those who have provided submissions. The final report has been adopted by Council.

Consultation has concluded
  • Community Information Sessions

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    Thanks to everyone who engaged with us about what they love, and how to improve, Wiley Park to inform the Wiley Park master plan.

    You told us that:

    • You use the park for walking, playing, fitness, relaxing, having picnics and BBQs, and enjoying the pond, birds and ducks.
    • You love the park for its children’s play areas, wildlife, water spaces, its size, the fitness equipment and nature and greenery.
    • The park could be improved by: better play areas and equipment for a range of ages; improvements to the pond including water quality and safety; improved maintenance and...

    Thanks to everyone who engaged with us about what they love, and how to improve, Wiley Park to inform the Wiley Park master plan.

    You told us that:

    • You use the park for walking, playing, fitness, relaxing, having picnics and BBQs, and enjoying the pond, birds and ducks.
    • You love the park for its children’s play areas, wildlife, water spaces, its size, the fitness equipment and nature and greenery.
    • The park could be improved by: better play areas and equipment for a range of ages; improvements to the pond including water quality and safety; improved maintenance and cleanliness; more BBQs and picnic areas; more outdoor exercise equipment; lighting for improved safety and use at night; more events and community activities; and improved and more pathways.