Johnstons Creek Parklands
Master plan for Johnstons Creek
A master plan is being developed for Johnstons Creek Parklands. The plan aims to link the existing parks near Glebe Foreshore, Bicentennial, Federal and Jubilee, with future open space at The Crescent in Annandale, the area between Bicentennial Park and Harold Park known as the Hill and new parks and public space that will be part of the Harold Park development.
The master plan will plan for recreational, community and sporting facilities as well as other essential infrastructure such as toilets and parking. It will guide future improvements for walking and cycling connections along with landscaping and biodiversity, stormwater management and heritage values.
As the Harold Park development takes shape, this project aims to address increasing demand for these facilities in the future.
A community meeting was held in June 2012 as part of the first phase of consultation activities on this project. The meeting provided the opportunity to hear your ideas, priorities and vision for the project. A second meeting was held in December 2012 where we responded to feedback and presented options that will form part of the draft master plan. The second stage of consultation is still running.
Invitation to comment on the draft Master Plan
The City is now ready to present the draft Master Plan for Johnstons Creek and it is now on public exhibition. You can provide your feedback in writing, via email or online at Sydney Your Say.
We are holding a community drop-in session to provide you with an opportunity to talk to City staff about the plan, see the plans in detail and take a tour of the parklands.
Drop in session: Saturday 4 May, 2013
Where: Main marquee will be in the middle of Bicentennial Park East, near the foreshore (near Federal Rd Glebe), second marquee will be near the children’s playground in Federal Park (near Chapman Rd Annandale). There will be a sausage sizzle and children’s activities. Join a site tour at 11am and 1pm.
Tel: 02 9265 9333
Fax: 02 9265 9116
Last updated: Friday, 19 April 2013