Consultation has concluded


In 2018 Council undertook extensive community consultation to find out how regularly local parks and playgrounds were used in Canterbury-Bankstown area. From that feedback, a draft 10-year Playground and Play Spaces Strategic Plan was developed to detail and guide:

  • the future maintenance and upgrading of the City’s existing playground and play space facilities; and
  • where play equipment should be installed in proposed new parks to meet the needs of the growing population.

We asked residents to provide comments on the draft strategic plan and then, once further adjustments were made, the Playgrounds and Play Spaces Strategic Plan was adopted.

This exhibition

As you may be aware, the playgrounds at Northcote Park, Greenacre and Mount Lewis Park, Mount Lewis were upgraded in 2019/20.

The following program of works are proposed for parks in the Greenacre area and we are now seeking feedback and comments from the community.

  • The upgrade of Northcote Park, Greenacre will continue in 2020/21.
  • Construction of Greenacre Splash Waterplay and Play space at Roberts Park East, Greenacre will commence in 2020/21.
  • The play facilities in the following parks will be maintained - Bromley Reserve, Gosling Park, Greenacre Heights Reserve, Lee Park, Bryant Park and Tweedie Park.
  • The old playground equipment at Leo Reserve, Greenacre is to be removed; the park will be returned to open space in 2020/21.

This exhibition will be from Wednesday 16 September to Friday 2 October 2020. Council will accept comments and feedback to 5pm Friday 2 October 2020.


How to have your say

Thank you for your interest in this exhibition. Submissions are now closed. All feedback and comments received will be reviewed and considered by Council.