Proposed Allsorts and Honeykiss parks in north Rosebery

We’d like your feedback on the design and proposed names of 2 new open spaces in north Rosebery.

Related to Sydney Your Say

Project Status: Under review

Public consultation period to

Speak up. Sign up.

Get our regular newsletter to have your say.

What we’re doing

We’re creating a new park and smaller link park in north Rosebery. We invite your feedback on the design and proposed names for these new open spaces.

Why we’re doing this

These 2 new parks will provide important green space for a growing community to enjoy.

The larger park is at Crewe Place, Confectioners Way and Rosebery Avenue. The smaller park links Rosebery Avenue to Steadman Street and Confectioners Way.

Works to install the lighting in the smaller park has already started and will be completed in the coming weeks. The smaller park will be built in 2 stages. The second stage will be built when the neighbouring development is completed.

This project is part of our work to build new parks, upgrade existing ones and work with developers to provide more than 21 hectares of 40 parks and playgrounds in the Green Square area.

Naming proposals

Inspired by the historic sweet making enterprise on this site, we propose to name the park Allsorts Park and the smaller link park Honeykiss Park. We invite your feedback on these names.

The new parks are on the site of the former Sweetacres factory of James Stedman Henderson Ltd, which opened in 1918 on Rothschild Avenue, Rosebery.

How you can give feedback

Consultation closes at 5pm on Tuesday 6 April 2021.

There are 3 ways you can be involved and provide us with your feedback:

Your feedback

Feedback may be published in publicly available reports at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation’s name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when providing your feedback.

Next steps

We will report all feedback and any resulting design changes to Council. When Council resolves to proceed with the new parks, we’ll continue to a detailed design.

We will also report feedback on the naming proposals to Council. If Council adopts the proposed names, they will be submitted to the NSW Geographical Names Board for approval.