St Marys Central Park

Central Park St Marys

Penrith is undergoing some exciting changes as it evolves into a world-class city and destination. Extensive planning and work are underway for city-shaping projects in our eastern city centre, such as the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport rail link, which will start in St Marys.

To enhance liveability for existing and future residents and to welcome visitors in the coming years, St Marys will be transformed into a modern and connected city centre, complete with a new green civic heart, Central Park.

The $21 million St Marys Central Park and Entertainment area project will feature a large central lawn, outdoor performance stage, natural shade and public artwork, providing the perfect place for people to relax, play, meet friends and be entertained.

It will provide a central meeting place for the community to gather and meet, while the entertainment area will enable local and regional groups and performers to showcase and highlight the area’s abundant talent.

Importantly, the park will see St Marys evolve into a vibrant destination by building an important connection between Queen Street, Lang and Kokoda Parks, Ripples, the local shopping precincts and infrastructure connections and facilities. It will also help to stimulate both the day and night-time local economies.

St Marys Park is just one of 37 local projects worth $397 million that Penrith City Council has submitted for consideration to the NSW Government’s $5 billion WestInvest program.

Read more about Council’s projects and to view a full list, visit:

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