Our Place

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Celebrating Penrith's lifestyle and community, in print and online

Our Place focuses on what’s unique about living in Penrith: our enviable lifestyle, excellent sporting and recreation facilities, green open spaces, vibrant local events and the many local opportunities for families to learn, grow and exercise.

Our Place champions what makes our City different, and helps residents feel more connected, regardless of what stage of life or what part of Penrith you are in.

Seasonal editions will focus on the best local stories and activities for each autumn, winter, spring and summer.

Residents of Penrith City should automatically receive a copy in their letterbox, unless you have opted out of receiving the print version. For sustainability reasons, we do encourage residents to opt out, which you can do via the form below. If you opt out of print, you'll instead receive a digital news snapshot via email every fortnight. Plus you can always read the full magazine online.

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    Latest News

    View the latest articles from Our Place newsletter below.


    Tree Planting in Erskine Park Addresses Urban Heat

    10 July 2020

    At Chameleon Reserve in Erskine Park, the microclimate is about to change.

    Our Conservatorium 

    10 July 2020

    The delicate notes of violins and tinkling of pianos are echoing around the The Joan once again.

    Mamre Homestead: Our Place in History

    10 July 2020

    Today it’s only 85 hectares, but Mamre Homestead was originally part of a vast property owned by the Reverend Samuel Marsden.