Showcasing Our WestInvest Projects

Council has secured a combined $180 million in funding through the NSW Government’s $5 billion WestInvest program for transformational projects which will ensure our City continues to be the best place to live, work, and play for current and future generations.

An indoor multi-sports arena at Claremont Meadows will feature multi-sport courts, multi-use program rooms, an outdoor roller-skating rink and more. Funding: $106.7 million 

St Marys Central Park will be a new civic heart, with green space and facilities where the community can meet, socialise, enjoy events and entertainment. Funding: $21 million

The Cook Park upgrade at St Marys will elevate the park into a premier sport and recreation hub with exciting new amenities, complementing recent upgrades. Funding: $19.1 million  

City Park in Penrith will feature a central lawn with significant tree canopy cover, themed gardens, public artwork, shaded areas, water features and more. Funding: $8.2 million 

21 playspaces across our City will be upgraded with new equipment, seating, tree planting and pathways for young people and families to enjoy. Funding: $7.5 million 

The Gipps Street Recreation Precinct at Claremont Meadows is becoming a landmark sport and recreation destination with new facilities to excite the entire community. Funding: $7 million 

Council’s nursery upgrade and Cumberland Plain improvement project will ensure a larger growing area in the nursery, more plants and a greener Penrith. Funding: $5 million 

The Parker Street Reserve upgrade in Penrith will further transform this athletic space into a high-quality sport and recreation precinct. Funding: $2.4 million 

Andromeda Oval in Cranebrook will be significantly improved with an upgrade tothe amenities building, better playing surfaces and much more. Funding: $1.7 million 

The Bennett Park mixed recreation space in St Marys will feature a skatepark, pump track, play zones, multi-sport court, kick about area and new amenities. Funding: $1.5 million