Upgrades for Athletes and Foodies

Upgrades for Athletes and Foodies

Construction has begun on the Harold Corr Athletics Track Upgrade, a $5 million project which will see the existing field in Herbert St, Cambridge Park, become an improved training facility for the region’s sporting clubs and offer a prime location for athletics events.

To be jointly funded by Penrith City Council and the NSW and Australian governments, the project will be rolled out in stages. The first stage will deliver a synthetic athletics track and field facility, floodlighting, and a formalised carpark.

To find out more and see the detailed design, visit penrith.city/sports-upgrades.

In other upgrade news, Penrith is set to welcome two exciting new cafes. Renowned retailer 2773 Café Glenbrook has been announced as the hospitality provider for the soon to be refurbished historic Police Cottage at Emu Plains. To find out more visit penrith.city/policecottage.

The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre (The Joan) will be getting a café (image above) as part of Council’s plan to enhance the theatre’s offering. Expressions of interest for the hospitality operator have just closed. For the latest on the café see penrith.city/thejoancafe.

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Caption: Concept art for The Joan Cafe