Penrith City Park

Council is transforming the Penrith City Centre with a new City Park that will unlock a whole precinct to major opportunities.

The Park will create a vibrant city centre offering a central urban green retreat of mature trees, mass plantings, green space and an events hub.

City Park delivers the community’s aspirations in making Penrith a centre for employment and economic activity for more local jobs and attractive places to live work and play. It unlocks the potential for our city and will support the growing needs of our community.

Council is inviting input from stakeholders and the community on what they would like to see in the park.

What is possible in City Park?

  • Enhanced amenity for the City Centre through connecting key locations via the central park
  • Vibrant space that will enhance and unlock a broad City Centre precinct
  • A central green lawn with mature trees
  • New seating and outdoor furniture
  • New landscaping
  • New planting and shade options
  • Pathways
  • New water features and play elements

What is not possible in City Park?

  • Areas for large sporting events

How are works being funded?

Council has allocated $12 million in funding to deliver City Park.

Stay updated:

For further information please contact Council’s City Renewal Team on 4732 8270.

Facebook: See the Penrith City Council page for updates

Council is transforming the Penrith City Centre with a new City Park that will unlock a whole precinct to major opportunities.

The Park will create a vibrant city centre offering a central urban green retreat of mature trees, mass plantings, green space and an events hub.

City Park delivers the community’s aspirations in making Penrith a centre for employment and economic activity for more local jobs and attractive places to live work and play. It unlocks the potential for our city and will support the growing needs of our community.

Council is inviting input from stakeholders and the community on what they would like to see in the park.

What is possible in City Park?

  • Enhanced amenity for the City Centre through connecting key locations via the central park
  • Vibrant space that will enhance and unlock a broad City Centre precinct
  • A central green lawn with mature trees
  • New seating and outdoor furniture
  • New landscaping
  • New planting and shade options
  • Pathways
  • New water features and play elements

What is not possible in City Park?

  • Areas for large sporting events

How are works being funded?

Council has allocated $12 million in funding to deliver City Park.

Stay updated:

For further information please contact Council’s City Renewal Team on 4732 8270.

Facebook: See the Penrith City Council page for updates

  • City Park delivers the community’s aspirations in making Penrith a centre for employment and economic activity for more local jobs and attractive places to live, work and play.

    The City Park will be a generous 7,500sqm on the corner Station & Henry Street, making it a large and central attraction for residents and businesses. It is likely to feature a central green lawn, shading and mature trees, an amenity building to support events, mass planting, public art, smart technology and water features with playful elements.

    City Park unlocks the potential of the city for investment and our growing

    City Park delivers the community’s aspirations in making Penrith a centre for employment and economic activity for more local jobs and attractive places to live, work and play.

    The City Park will be a generous 7,500sqm on the corner Station & Henry Street, making it a large and central attraction for residents and businesses. It is likely to feature a central green lawn, shading and mature trees, an amenity building to support events, mass planting, public art, smart technology and water features with playful elements.

    City Park unlocks the potential of the city for investment and our growing community’s needs.

    Council is inviting input from stakeholders and the community on what they would like to see in the park.

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