Sport, Recreation, Play and Open Space Strategy

We understand the importance of sport, recreation, play and open spaces in our community. We’re currently developing a 10 year strategy to ensure these valuable assets and services remain at the forefront of our planning priorities in the coming years.

The strategy will inform how we prioritise and invest in these spaces, to best meet the needs of our communities in the future.

We’re already looking at what facilities and spaces we currently have, and assessing what changes need to be made, based on previous reports and plans.

And, because it’s important that we get this right, we’re also asking for input and ideas from the people who know the facilities, spaces and communities best – you.

We aim to complete the strategy by mid 2018.

We understand the importance of sport, recreation, play and open spaces in our community. We’re currently developing a 10 year strategy to ensure these valuable assets and services remain at the forefront of our planning priorities in the coming years.

The strategy will inform how we prioritise and invest in these spaces, to best meet the needs of our communities in the future.

We’re already looking at what facilities and spaces we currently have, and assessing what changes need to be made, based on previous reports and plans.

And, because it’s important that we get this right, we’re also asking for input and ideas from the people who know the facilities, spaces and communities best – you.

We aim to complete the strategy by mid 2018.

  • CLOSED: This survey closed on 25 June 2017.

    Sport, Recreation, Play & Open Spaces – Community Survey

    Penrith City Council owns a large number of sport, recreation, play and open spaces. These spaces have a variety of facilities and equipment for the community to use. 

    Council is currently developing a strategy to inform how we prioritise and invest in these spaces, to best meet the needs of our communities over the next 10 years.

    We are committed to improving our sport, recreation, play and open spaces to better meet the needs of the community.

    This survey invites your feedback on:

    Penrith City Council owns a large number of sport, recreation, play and open spaces. These spaces have a variety of facilities and equipment for the community to use. 

    Council is currently developing a strategy to inform how we prioritise and invest in these spaces, to best meet the needs of our communities over the next 10 years.

    We are committed to improving our sport, recreation, play and open spaces to better meet the needs of the community.

    This survey invites your feedback on:

    • your use of open spaces
    • your views on the current facilities and spaces across the Penrith LGA
    • what aspects and facilities of open spaces are most important to you

    Council will consider all feedback before drafting the strategy and action plans.

    Complete Form
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Clubs' and Organisations' survey

    We want to know what state organisations, regional associations/ peak bodies and local sporting clubs need and want for the future.

    We want to know about your organisation/ club’s sustainability, growth and capacity to contribute to any proposed developments.

    This information will help us set the right priorities for development over the next 10 years.

    Please note: this survey should only be completed by the official representative of your organisation or club. Individuals with their own personal views should complete the community survey.

    We want to know what state organisations, regional associations/ peak bodies and local sporting clubs need and want for the future.

    We want to know about your organisation/ club’s sustainability, growth and capacity to contribute to any proposed developments.

    This information will help us set the right priorities for development over the next 10 years.

    Please note: this survey should only be completed by the official representative of your organisation or club. Individuals with their own personal views should complete the community survey.

    Complete Form