Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program - Executed Funding Deeds

WestInvest, Liverpool, Scott Street

Program Function: The Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program (formerly known as WestInvest) is funding transformational infrastructure projects that will improve the liveability of communities and making a real difference to the quality of life in Western Sydney.

The $2 billion in funding is administered as follows:

  • Community Project Grants – Competitive Round will provide approximately $1.6 billion in funding to projects across 15 eligible LGAs in Western Sydney. Funding recipients include local councils, non-government organisations, charitable organisations and community groups.
  • Community Project Grants – Local Government Allocation will provide approximately $400 million in funding for community projects in the 15 LGAs to advance local projects, with each local council eligible for between $20 million and $35 million, depending on population size.

Program Term: Applications for the Community Project Grants – Competitive Round opened on 2 May 2022, and closed on 25 July 2022. Successful projects were announced in January and February 2023. Projects are expected to commence from September 2023, with the majority of project to be completed by December 2027.

Applications for the Community Project Grants – Local Government Allocation opened on 2 May 2022, and closed on 25 July 2022. Successful projects were announced in October 2022. Projects are expected to commence from August 2023, with the majority of project to be completed by December 2027.

Applicants: A total of 754 grants applications were submitted for consideration, 191 of which were successful. The total amount awarded through Western Sydney Community Grants Program is $2 billion.

ProbityThe Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program Office (formerly the WestInvest Program Office) engaged an independent probity advisor to oversee its grant programs. The role of the probity advisor is to ensure program administration satisfies probity principles of impartiality, fairness, accountability, confidentiality and achieves policy objectives. In doing this the probity advisor:

  • Reviewed and provided feedback on key program documents
  • Provided clarification to queries when required
  • Recommended management action for conflicts of interest and any other probity issues that arose
  • Attended assessment meetings to ensure, amongst other things, that assessment criteria were applied diligently, and the assessment was based on information provided by applicants.

Source Agency: The Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program Office administers the Program on behalf of the NSW Government. Final decisions on the award of funding were made by the NSW Treasurer.

Variance to the Steering Committee Recommendations: The WestInvest Steering Committee recommended 193 projects to the NSW Treasurer for approval through the WestInvest Community Projects grant program. All projects were approved. The NSW Treasurer also approved an additional four projects to receive funding through the WestInvest Community Projects Grants – Competitive Round. The four projects were included in the list provided to the NSW Treasurer by the WestInvest Steering Committee as suitable for funding, and scored 35 or above out of a possible 45, well above the cut off of 25 which is outlined in the Assessment Plan as the minimum score for a projects to be considered for funding. The projects are located in four Local Government Areas eligible for WestInvest funding: Canterbury-Bankstown, Fairfield, The Hills and Wollondilly. These LGAs received the lowest allocation of funds per head of population from the initial group of approved projects through the Community Projects Competitive Grants.

Organisation Name

Project Title

Project Location

Local Government Area

Project Description

WSIG Funding Amount

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

West Epping Park Dog Off-Leash Area

5A Grant Close, Epping NSW 2121

Parramatta

Construction of a new fenced dog off-leash area off Grant Close in West Epping Park consistent with the adopted masterplan.

$354,725.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Local Traffic Programs in Blacktown LGA

• 26 Worcester Rd Rouse Hill NSW 2155

• Wombat Crossing on 21 Morrell Crescent, at Bali Drive Public School frontage, Quakers Hill NSW 2763.


• Wombat Crossing on Regent Street, at carpark entrance of Riverstone Public School, Riverstone NSW 2765.

• Wombat Crossing on Greenwich St at Kellyville Ridge Primary School, Kellyville Ridge, NSW 2155

• Pedestrian Crossing at Riverbank Drive, between Shimmer Place and Bridge 157, The Ponds NSW 2769.

• Pedestrian Crossing at 2 Douglas Road, Quakers Hill NSW 2763.

• Pedestrian Crossing at 161A Riverbank Drive, The Ponds NSW 2769.

• Pedestrian Crossing at 36 McCulloch Street, Riverstone NSW 2765.

• Wombat Crossing at 26 Worcester Road, Rouse Hill NSW 2155.

• Pedestrian crossing at 10 Douglas Road, Quakers Hill NSW 2763

Blacktown

The project includes high-priority safety upgrades to roads in the North West Growth Area, the installation of floodlighting at pedestrian crossings to reduce traffic incidents and pedestrian fatalities, and green screen tree planting on local roads to improve the liveability and reduce the Western Sydney heat island effect.

$708,600.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Community Park refurbishment at Ashley Brown Reserve North

Northcott Rd, Lalor Park NSW 2147

Blacktown

This project will deliver embellishments, furniture and playground works to ensure that Ashley Brown Reserve has quality green and open space facilities in place to support Lalor Park’s and surrounding area community’s active lifestyles, health and wellbeing.

$1,600,000.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Active Youth are Healthy Youth

1C Calder Rd,  Rydalmere NSW 2116

Parramatta

To combat disenfranchised youth in Dundas Ward, City of Parramatta Council is seeking to deliver attractive, high quality ‘things to do’ by embedding vital, youth-focussed play infrastructure across Council’s existing network of much-loved parks and open spaces in this part of the LGA.

$1,500,000.00

The Eleanor Dark Foundation

(141 Cascade St, Katoomba NSW 2780)

A new multi-purpose building providing an accessible venue, workshop and office space in the grounds of Varuna, the National Writers’ House.

141 Cascade St, Katoomba NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

This 140 m2 architect-designed building will provide an accessible venue, workshop and office space in the grounds of Varuna, the National Writers’ House. The building will enable Varuna to create a thriving cultural hub for workshops, literary events, writing groups and community programs.

$815,827.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Sue Savage Reserve Multigenerational Recreational Facilities

43 Tucks Rd, Toongabbie NSW 2146

Parramatta

This project will provide a diverse range of passive and multi-generational recreational activities and facilities including: accessible public toilets, skate park, fitness stations, car park, minor ponding improvements to channel street, BMX pump track.

$3,650,670.00

Anglican Schools Corporation

(Corcoran St, Marsden Park NSW 2765)

Refurbishment of large maintenance shed to be a modern, air conditioned School Hall

Corcoran St, Marsden Park NSW 2765

Blacktown

The refurbishment of our large maintenance shed to be a modern and air-conditioned School Hall will provide a much needed facility for our growing School community and wider community user groups.

$336,810.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Reserve Embellishment – Tallawong Reserve and Rosenthal Park

• Tallawong Avenue, Blacktown NSW 2148

• Rosenthal Park, 62 Rosenthal Street, Doonside NSW 2767

Blacktown

Transforming Tallawong Reserve and Rosenthal Park is a unique opportunity to enhance liveability of the surrounding areas through access to quality green and open spaces. Improved play areas, pedestrian access, sport and picnic areas will foster an active lifestyle for residents of all ages, delivering short and long-term benefits.

$2,059,714.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Community Infrastructure in the Blacktown Local Government Area (LGA)

• 35 Jersey Rd, Emerton NSW 2770

• 44 Market Street, Riverstone NSW 2765


• 35 Jersey Road, Emerton, NSW 2770

• 7 Lalor Road, Quakers Hill NSW 2763

Blacktown

The project delivers upgrades to Riverstone Aquatic Centre, Charles Lowes Swimming Centre and Quakers Hill Community Centre. These upgrades reflect essential works for the benefit of the Blacktown community and will enhance visitor experience.

$2,167,001.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Quality Green and Open Spaces in Blacktown LGA

• Station St, Schofields NSW 2762

• Whalan Reserve, Debrincat Avenue, Whalan NSW 2770

• Willmot NSW 2770

• Jonas Bradley Park, 165 The Ponds Boulevard, The Ponds NSW 2769

• Chifley Park, 1 Freeman Street, Lalor Park NSW 2147

Blacktown

The project features upgrades to sports fields and community infrastructure to address the inadequacy, accessibility, and amenity of existing infrastructure to service the community, and meet future demands resulting from the population growth in the region.

$1,239,999.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Let's play @ Kilpack!

28X Darwin St, Carlingford NSW 2118

Parramatta

A stone’s throw from high-rise residential density, the Let’s Play @ Kilpack project will deliver significant improvements to the existing open space and play infrastructure at Kilpack Park. A new local-sized playground, fitness equipment, lighting, circuit paths and softworks will transform this much-loved local park and hidden gem in Carlingford.

$1,409,890.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Kurrajong to Kurmond Cycleway

Bells Line of Rd, Kurmond NSW 2757

Hawksbury

The Kurrajong to Kurmond Cycleway Project will undertake treatment works and construct a shared path alongside Bells Line of Road between Kurmond and Kurrajong. These works will complete a continuous off-road link between North Richmond and Kurrajong, providing infrastructure to increase active transport and recreation use by residents and tourists.

$4,538,580.00

Penrith City Council

(601 High St, Penrith NSW 2750)

Gipps Street Recreation Precinct

Gipps St, Claremont Meadows NSW 2747

Penrith

Penrith City Council intends to transform the former landfill site at 102 Gipps Street, Claremont Meadows into the Gipps Street Recreation Precinct.

$7,000,000.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Woodbury Reserve Upgrade

282 Spinks Rd, Glossodia NSW 2756

Hawksbury

The Woodbury Reserve Masterplan identifies the need for greater passive and active recreational opportunities. This includes a new playground, multi-purpose sports courts, off leash dog area, BMX pump track and skate park, and walking paths. Supporting infrastructure includes parking, new amenities and barbecue facilities, and improved access to natural areas.

$5,423,429.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Getting around and Discovering the Hawkesbury

Hawkesbury Valley Way, Windsor NSW 2756

Hawksbury

The Wayfinding and Signage Project aims to improve how visitors and residents are guided through the local government area to find the diverse experiences, attractions and services on offer throughout Hawkesbury. Introducing a cohesive signage suite will ensure navigating the Hawkesbury is smooth and user friendly.

$2,346,400.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Fernadell Park and Community Facility Development

Stables St, Pitt Town NSW 2756

Hawksbury

Fernadell Park is a green field site. The Masterplan identifies the potential to create facilities that grow sports participation, especially for women and youths. The plans include multipurpose fields for football and cricket, community centre, amenities with kiosk and storage, district playground, youth facilities, fitness stations, sheltered barbecues and parking.

$4,560,690.00

Penrith City Council

(601 High St, Penrith NSW 2750)

St Marys City Heart and Entertainment Canopy

129 Queen St, St Marys NSW 2760

Penrith

A project to transform and revitalise St Marys through the development of a City Heart which will incorporate an accessible civic park with a state of the art performance space

$21,000,000.00

The Hills School SSP Parents and Citizens Association

(Mary St, Northmead NSW 2152)

The Hills School Accessible Playground Learning Spaces

Mary St, Northmead NSW 2152

Parramatta

The Hills School Accessible Playground Learning Spaces delivers ground-breaking renewal of essential teaching and learning spaces to meet the needs of students with complex moderate to severe intellectual disability. The project transforms numerous learning areas and ensures spaces are fit for purpose in a future focused, student centred learning environment.

$467,670.00

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

(Level 5 Tower B The Zenith, 821 Pacific Highway Chatswood NSW 2067)

Aspect Therapy and Community Services Hub in South West Sydney

TBC

Liverpool

We would like to build an Aspect Therapy and Community Services hub in the proximity of the new Western Sydney Airport which provides a number of different services to people on the autism spectrum of all ages including therapy, employment support and diagnostic assessments.

$8,219,000.00

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

(Level 5 Tower B The Zenith, 821 Pacific Highway Chatswood NSW 2067)

New autism specific school for Hills District (Aspect Western Sydney School Box Hill campus)

Fontana Dr, Gables NSW 2765

The Hills

We would like to build a brand-new autism specific school in Box Hill which provides tailored education and support to around 80 autistic children and young people from Kindergarten to Year 6 who would struggle to attend a mainstream or other special needs school due to their disability.

$5,000,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Active Transport Links (Local Government Allocation Package)

Bruce Rd, Glenbrook NSW 2773

Knapsack Reserve Link: Levy Street, between Hare Street and Barnet Street, Glenbrook.

Barnet Street, between Levy Street and York Street, Glenbrook.

West Street Link: Great Western Highway between West Street, Wentworth Falls and Scott Avenue, Leura.

North Bullaburra Link: Railway Parade, between Kent Street and Hay Street, Bullaburra.

Bruce Road Link: Bruce Road, between 39 Bruce Road and 77A Bruce Road, Glenbrook.

South Hazelbrook Link: Railway Parade, between Valley Road and Riches Avenue, Hazelbrook.

Woodford Station Link: Railway Parade, between Woodford Station and Appian Way, Woodford.

Blackheath Station St Link: Station Street, Blackheath.

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver missing sections of high priority and inter-town active transport links in Glenbrook, Bullaburra, Hazelbrook, Woodford and between Wentworth Falls and Leura. It will provide an off-road shared links where currently no infrastructure is provided.

$3,200,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Lomatia Park Clubhouse and Amenities Upgrade

32-44 Bland Rd, Springwood NSW 2777

Blue Mountains

The current facilities are aged and no longer fit for purpose. This project upgrade will see the existing clubhouse/amenities building demolished with new clubhouse and facilities built that will cater for all users, consideration of sporting codes, compliant with modern standards for accessibility, gender inclusivity, female participation, and storage.

$3,532,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Development of the Grand Cliff Top Walk- a world class iconic multi-day bushwalking experience

Lone Pine Ave, Leura NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

Development of a world class multi-day bushwalk, the Grand Cliff Top Walk, that will provide stimulus for the local visitor economy, giving domestic and international visitors a unique experience walking the spectacular cliff lines overlooking the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

$2,398,969.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Turnbull Oval, North Richmond Pak - Grandstand and Amenities Upgrade

1-31 Beaumont Ave, North Richmond NSW 2754

Hawksbury

A new grandstand and associated facilities will address and support the growth in football, cricket, netball and tennis participation in North Richmond and surrounds. The project will provide additional change rooms to cater to women’s teams, upgraded kitchen facility and kiosk, clubhouse and gym, and lighting upgrades.

$4,780,433.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Somerville Park Improvement Project

673 Blaxland Rd, Eastwood NSW 2122

Parramatta

The Somerville Park improvement project will promote healthy, active living and enhance social connection through increasing the quality and variety of offerings at the site. The project will deliver a district-scale accessible playground, circulation paths, multi-purpose sports court space, outdoor fitness equipment, park furniture and shaded areas.

$4,570,103.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Max Ruddock Reserve Amenities Modernisation with Viewing Platform

200 Junction Rd, Winston Hills NSW 2153

Parramatta

This project will deliver an upgraded amenities building with community space at Max Ruddock Reserve. This upgrade will support the growth of local sports clubs, facilitating increased participation now and into the future. The delivery of multifunctional community spaces will provide places for residents to hire, gather and socialise.

$3,843,184.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Refurbish Rydalmere Bowling Club into a New Multi-Purpose Community Facility

6 Park Rd, Rydalmere NSW 2116

Parramatta

The adaptive reuse of the former Rydalmere Bowling Club site will better serve the community as a multipurpose space for years to come. Accommodating broad uses, the upgrade will include a food and beverage premises with outdoor dining as well as dedicated, bookable rooms and multi-purpose spaces for community use.

$5,530,193.15

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Doyle Ground Sports Facility Improvements

126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Parramatta

This project will maximise the use of open space for the community at Doyle Ground, ensuring that a diverse range of recreational needs can be met through increasing capacity, flexibility and amenity of sport and recreation spaces. Upgrades will include a multi-purpose playing surface, park furniture, and solar path lights.

$8,317,000.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Tamplin Field Redevelopment

35 Laurence St, Hobartville NSW 2753

Hawksbury

A synthetic field with off-field grassed spaces will enable the hosting of games and events even during periods of inclement weather. Supported activities include premier league soccer, rugby league, little athletics, dog training, school sports, and personal trainers. The upgrade will also include, lighting, fencing, carparking and amenities.

$9,795,000.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Oasis Aquatic and Leisure Centre Improvements

Church St, South Windsor NSW 2756

Hawksbury

Improvements to the 1990’s-built facility includes new shallow-depth program pool with accessibility ramp and hydrotherapy, extended group fitness room with climbing wall, new covered deck to connect change rooms to the café outdoor area, pool touchpads, covered outdoor gym, improvements to child minding areas, additional car parking, and water harvesting.

$6,716,000.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

Cycleway Bridge over Rickabys Creek

Hawkesbury Valley Way, Windsor NSW 2756

Hawksbury

The Rickabys Creek Project will construct a bridge and off-road pathway that will complete a continuous path of travel for cyclists and pedestrians between the town centres of Richmond and Windsor.

$4,695,810.00

St. Merkorious Charity Association Inc.

(3/6-20 Braidwood St Strathfield South NSW 2136)

St Merkorious Food Distribution Centre & Sustainable Community Garden

121 Cosgrove Road, Strathfield South NSW 2136

Strathfield

The project will purchase land and an industrial Unit at 104 Belmore Road and transform it into a Food Distribution and Community Services Centre that will become the central hub for delivering critical food, goods and social services to disadvantaged communities throughout Western Sydney and beyond.

$8,690,000.00

UMA Centre Limited

(15-19 Enterprise Ave, Padstow NSW 2211)

UMA Centre Padstow Transformation Project

15-19 Enterprise Ave, Padstow NSW 2211

Canterbury-Bankstown

Upgrading UMA Centre, a centre for the community and Australian-Born Muslim youth, with an indoor sports facility and multi-level parking lot

$5,500,000.00

Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council

(81 Menangle Rd, Menangle NSW 2568)

Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade - Broughton Anglican College

81 Menangle Rd, Menangle Park NSW 2563

Campbelltown

Upgrade of a failing 20-year-old on site Waste Water Treatment Plant and connection to Sydney Water Sewerage system. The project would provide a reliable sanitation service to enable the College to continue provision of Pre-K – Year 12 education (1,200 students and growing).

$1,500,000.00

The Hills Community Aid & Information Service Inc

(92 Seven Hills Rd, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153)

Balcombe Heights Estate Sensory Garden

92 Seven Hills Rd, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153

The Hills

A Sensory Garden replacing an unused grass area at Balcombe Heights Estate will provide a multifunctional, inclusive space for relaxation and passive recreation for all ages and abilities.  Fostering enhanced community health and wellbeing, it will commemorate 100 years of service provided by the organisations that have been based there.

$627,464.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Leura Cascades Recreation Precinct Upgrade – Stage 2

Cliff Dr, Leura NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

The upgrade of the Leura Cascades Recreational Precinct will deliver improved and accessible recreational and visitor infrastructure within and surrounding the Leura Cascades Picnic Area, integrating with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services upgrade of the Grand Cliff Top Walk.

$5,000,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Wentworth Falls Dam and Lake Recreational Precinct Upgrade – Stage 2

29 Sinclair Cres, Wentworth Falls NSW 2782

Blue Mountains

The project delivers significant safety upgrades and improvement to the recreational facilities and other critical infrastructure within the Wentworth Falls Lake precinct.

$8,500,000.00

Cumberland City Council

(16 Memorial Ave, Merrylands NSW 2160)

Civic Park Pendle Hill Upgrade

125 Targo Rd, Pendle Hill NSW 2145

Cumberland

The Civic Park Upgrade presents the opportunity to implement the final stage of the Masterplan and create a new parkland containing informal recreation, play and gathering spaces for the growing local community.

$7,000,000.00

Cumberland City Council

(16 Memorial Ave, Merrylands NSW 2160)

Lidcombe Town Centre High Street Activation

4 Joseph St, Lidcombe NSW 2141

Cumberland

The Lidcombe Town Centre High Street Activation builds on existing work undertaken in progressing the revitalisation of high streets at key centres within Cumberland City. This includes improvements to paving and lighting, introduction of landscaping and trees, and upgrades to street furniture and signage.

$7,599,952.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Narellan Town Centre Improvements

15 Elyard St, Narellan NSW 2567

Camden

This project seeks funding for upgrades to Elyard Reserve (Narellan Urban Forest) to improve the interface to Narellan Library and Elyard Street through improved native and ornamental planting, upgraded lighting, embellishment of the watercourse with riparian planting, an extended playground, upgraded seating, a kiosk, amphitheatre, and new active transport connections.

$9,700,745.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Camden Civic Centre Renewal and Upgrade

Oxley St, Camden NSW 2570

Camden

The project will transform the Camden Civic Centre into a facility that is well equipped to foster and showcase creative activity.       The $7,747,000 investment delivers formal and informal creative and performance spaces, welcoming artists, performers and community, with an exciting program of exhibitions, performances and extended opportunities for community use

$7,747,000.00

Liverpool City Council

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW 2170)

Light Horse Park embellishment and upgrades

Riverpark Drive, Liverpool NSW 2170

Liverpool

The Lighthorse Park embellishment project redevelops a key city park on the Georges River foreshore and a community hub to create a safe, accessible, and welcoming park while becoming a destination point and a key location for community activities and events, passive and active recreation activities.

$27,743,238.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Revitalisation of Mount Druitt Hub

9 Ayres Grv, Mount Druitt NSW 2770

Blacktown

The Mount Druitt Hub Revitalisation includes modernisation of the town centre’s primary community service building and public domain improvements. Expansion of library, computers, art studios and community spaces will create an environment to learn, work and play, improving literacy and fostering greater economic activity and community participation in the area.

$26,772,000.00

Amity College

(163 Kurrajong Rd, Prestons NSW 2170)

Amity College New Primary School - Stage 2 Construction of Leppington Campus

81 Byron Rd, Leppington NSW 2179

Camden

The project delivers new school facilities and directly benefits the wider Leppington community through promoted shared use.  Infrastructure delivered includes:  learning spaces that provide for an additional 250 - 300 students, a multipurpose hall, oval, adventure playground, kitchen garden, pedestrian/cycle paths, off street parking, bus bay, and road upgrades.

$11,680,828.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Mount Druitt Swimming Centre Renewal

7 Mount St, Mount Druitt NSW 2770

Blacktown

The Mount Druitt Aquatic Centre renewal project will expand and modernise an ageing facility to meet current and future demand for year-round swimming opportunities. The project includes a major refurbishment of indoor and outdoor spaces and the provision of new facilities catering to identified community needs.

$40,578,573.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Seven Hills Portal – Community Resource Hub

4 Boomerang Pl, Seven Hills NSW 2147

Blacktown

The project will deliver a new library and community space for education, culture, arts, and events in the heart of Seven Hills town centre. Adjoining the Seven Hills Train Station, the project will create a focal point of community life to support the needs of a growing and diverse community.

$35,833,916.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Blacktown Aquatic Centre Masterplan

4 Boyd St, Blacktown NSW 2148

Blacktown

The Blacktown Aquatic Centre will be expanded and modernised providing refurbished indoor and outdoor spaces, new memorial park, cafe and a high-quality fitness centre. The centre will feature heated pools, gymnasium, beautiful gardens and outdoor seating and water play facilities, providing healthy and diverse activities for all ages.

$77,192,764.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Cut Hill Reserve Sports Field Redevelopment

140 Cut Hill Rd, Cobbitty NSW 2570

Camden

Redevelopment of 18.5ha of public open space to deliver improved passive and active recreation opportunities to the community. The project seeks to minimise impacts to existing utilities through best practice environmental design while providing a strong connection to nature that is inclusive and safe regardless of age, gender or ability.

$13,954,602.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

A redevelopment of Richmond Swimming Centre to upgrade an ageing and dated Aquatic Facility.

East Market St, Richmond NSW 2753

Hawksbury

A redeveloped indoor and outdoor aquatic centre with new 8-lane 50m pool that can be divided with a separable boom, doubling capacity in summer. Features include accessibility upgrades, interactive zero-depth splash feature park for young children, increased shade throughout the site, community infrastructure including picnic facilities, and improved water efficiency.

$30,319,853.00

Hawkesbury City Council

(366 George St, Windsor NSW 2756)

North Richmond Community Precinct - Library, Arts, Recreation and Evacuation Centre

33 William St, North Richmond NSW 2754

Hawksbury

This community precinct project will integrate new and upgraded facilities, including a new library, performing arts and rehearsal space, multipurpose art studio, 730m2 indoor sports stadium, changerooms, outdoor seating, shaded areas, BBQs, and shared bike path. It would serve as an emergency evacuation centre with kitchen, storage and counselling spaces.

$23,970,000.00

Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre Inc

(110 Wentworth St, Blackheath NSW 2785)

SmartenUp Blackheath Community Centre

265 Great Western Hwy, Blackheath NSW 2785

Blue Mountains

This project will transform Blackheath Community Centre into a functional, sustainable multi-purpose performance space, meeting place and event venue with effective, energy-efficient heating, cooling and lighting, and an energy-self-sufficient short-term shelter for vulnerable residents in a town that faces frequent blackouts due to bushfire, wind and snowfall.

$772,030.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

First Nations Community Centre

9 Ayres Grv, Mount Druitt NSW 2770

Blacktown

The First Nations Cultural Centre in Mount Druitt will become a cultural Hub for the Western Sydney First Nations community. The space will provide an inviting space for the local community to gather, partake in cultural activities, develop local initiatives and foster a sense of belonging for future generations.

$19,548,506.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

Blacktown City Arts and Cultural Centre

121 Main St, Blacktown NSW 2148

Blacktown

The Blacktown City Arts and Cultural Centre will celebrate Blacktown’s exciting arts scene, championing its diverse culture and enabling future generations to contribute and benefit from this new cultural space. The Centre is designed to accommodate state-of-the art theatres, galleries, public exhibition space, and annual events.

$39,949,498.00

Blacktown City Council

(62 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148)

New Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) Community Facility in Mount Druitt

453A Luxford Rd, Shalvey NSW 2770

Blacktown

A new PCYC Mount Druitt Police and Community Youth Centre will ensure at-risk youth are given equal opportunity to develop practical and real-life skills through education, training and mentoring services. The project bring numerous social benefits for the local community through reducing crime by fostering health, inclusivity and wellbeing.

$25,394,180.00

Young Men's Christian Association of Sydney

(25 Argyle St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

The Y Yarramundi Camping, Conference and Outdoor Education Retreat Redevelopment

316 Springwood Rd, Yarramundi NSW 2753

Hawksbury

The Y NSW’s Camp Yarramundi redevelopment will continue the site’s 85-year legacy and greatly improve regional liveability and social cohesion in the Hawkesbury LGA by transforming the site into a more universally designed and inclusive complex that caters to people of all ages and abilities.

$44,030,593.00

Association for Educational Projects Ltd

(1 Stevens St, Pennant Hills NSW 2120)

Youth Empowerment Hub (YEH) - Lowana

11 Higgins St, Penrith NSW 2750

Penrith

Youth Empowerment Hub (YEH)-Lowana provides a safe and friendly environment for young women to come together, grow in a healthy self-esteem and reach their full potential. It addresses the growing youth anxiety by delivering a hub that will be used for various group activities and one-to-one mentoring.

$2,700,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Great Blue Mountains Trail - Narrow Neck Road to Acacia St, Katoomba

Cliff Dr, Katoomba NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver two kilometres of active transport footpath and shared path as part of the Great Blue Mountains Trail. The project will provide tangible improvements to active transport infrastructure to promote active transport as a viable travel mode alternative to private car use.

$2,200,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Active Transport Link - Single Ridge Road, Winmalee / Yellow Rock

Single Ridge Rd, Yellow Rock NSW 2777

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver 3.8 kilometres of active transport footpath and shared path as part of the Great Blue Mountains Trail. The project will provide tangible improvements to active transport infrastructure to promote active transport as a viable travel mode alternative to private car use.

$2,600,000.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Ultimate Nature Challenge - Wild and Free

140 Cut Hill Rd, Cobbitty NSW 2570

Camden

The Ultimate Nature Challenge is the number one destination for those seeking to switch up their fitness to the next level.  Improve motivation and vitality by testing your skills on a unique free outdoor fitness facility in nature.  Adapt to what nature provides and see your results grow.

$993,430.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Camden Community Nursery

55 Topham Rd, Smeaton Grange NSW 2567

Camden

This project will deliver a Council run community nursery including propagation shed, seed storage and growing areas to produce local native plants for a wide range of revegetation and restoration projects. The project is co-located with the Companion Animal Care Facility with shared use of office, amenities and parking.

$4,024,727.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Camden Animal Shelter & Community Education Hub

55 Topham Rd, Smeaton Grange NSW 2567

Camden

Camden’s Animal Shelter and Community Education Hub will be an Australian leader in Sustainable Animal Shelter design and a vital community resource centre offering Community outreach programs for all ages that support Companion Animal Education

$9,985,150.00

Cerebral Palsy Alliance

(187 Allambie Rd, Allambie Heights NSW 2100)

Roselands Centre for Disability Support

54 Bonds Rd, Roselands NSW 2196

Canterbury

Cerebral Palsy Alliance will transform disability services in Canterbury-Bankstown, with a brand-new, world-class therapy centre in Roselands. The new centre will deliver local access to evidence-based, innovative therapies, programs and services, enhancing the lives of hundreds of babies, children, teenagers and adults living with disability and their families.

$2,920,964.00

Cumberland City Council

(16 Memorial Ave, Merrylands NSW 2160)

Guildford Pool Modernisation

1 Tamplin Rd, Guildford NSW 2161

Granville

The Guildford Pool Modernisation includes •Aquatic facilities including •new outdoor 25m pool (8 lanes ramp access) •water play park •aquatic amenities •family/special needs changing facilities  •pool deck showers •storage, first aid room and wet lounge   •Front of house and administration areas  •Car parking

$14,584,580.00

We Help Ourselves

(Glover St, Lilyfield NSW 2040)

WHOS West Multi Function Alcohol and other Drug Centre

2A Bringelly Rd, Kingswood NSW 2747

Londonderry

We Help Ourselves (WHOS) is applying for WestInvest funding to acquire the site at St Marys (Penrith LGA) and build the WHOS West Multi-Function Alcohol and other Drug Centre (the project). The project will consolidate all WHOS Western Sydney services into a purpose-built facility

$9,120,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

The Oaks Hall

13 Russell St, The Oaks NSW 2570

Wollondilly

The Oaks Hall refurbishment and accessibility upgrades

$500,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Railside Ave -Main street upgrade, Bargo

Railside Ave, Bargo NSW 2574

Wollondilly

Upgrade to road corridor to formalise slip lane as so to provide a parking facility for trailered

vehicles adjacent to the existing rest area. This will incentivise both residents and visitors

to park in the centre of Bargo, incentivising economic activity and activation of the town

centre.

$1,000,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Footpath Shared Path Program

62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571

Wollondilly

Deliver multiple Sealed Footpaths/ Shared Paths (the project) located at Menangle , Douglas Park, Appin, Wilton, the Oaks and Buxton. Wollondilly Shire Council is a rural focused Council on the southwestern fringe of the Sydney metropolitan area. Council has long-term focus on improving ‘green’ transport options, including shared path facilities

$2,712,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Thirlmere Hall Refurbishment

77 Westbourne Ave, Thirlmere NSW 2572

Wollondilly

Thirlmere Hall Revitalisation - demolition of existing facility and construction of new accessible community hall with additional parking

$3,500,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Dudley Chesham Masterplan 1st Stage - Multipurpose Community Facility

40 McIntosh St, The Oaks NSW 2570

Wollondilly

Detail design and construction of new community and sporting amenity building at Dudley Chesham Showgrounds as part of masterplan works:

$5,200,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

District Park Upgrade - South Lawson Park

Wilson St, Lawson NSW 2783

Blue Mountains

This project will upgrade South Lawson Park to support active and passive recreation by more people of all ages and abilities. The project will deliver an accessible toilet block, upgraded car parking with accessible bays and pathways. The project will complement extensive upgrade works already underway at South Lawson Park.

$1,685,300.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard, Rd Bankstown NSW 2200)

Local Traffic Program

66-72 Rickard Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200

East Hills

The Local Traffic Program is an investment into the liveability of CBCity. Delivering 6.2 km of priority pedestrian infrastructure and 10 traffic management devices across 45 locations, this work is designed to increase pedestrian safety and complete missing links to schools, public transport, open space, shops and employment centres.

$4,000,000.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200)

Roberts Park Community Hub

87 Waterloo Rd, Greenacre NSW 2190

Bankstown

The Roberts Park Community Hub provides a bespoke new multipurpose community facility for the residents of Greenacre. Sitting on the perimeter of Roberts Park, the new facility will compliment the neighbouring School and existing recreational facilities at the site and provide a fit for purpose hub for community support services.

$5,000,000.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200)

Revitalising Campsie Civic Precinct

137 Beamish St, Campsie NSW 2194

Canterbury

Revitalising Campsie Civic Precinct’ consolidates local community and cultural facilities into a central, multipurpose hub, creating a dedicated arts and culture precinct. Incorporating a new library, cultural space, Council service centre, civic meeting facilities and indoor and outdoor community spaces, the vibrant Campsie Town Centre will become a cultural destination.

$10,000,000.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard Rd Bankstown NSW 2200)

Panania Library and Knowledge Centre

77 Anderson Ave, Panania NSW 2213

East Hills

After 50 years of service to the community, the Panania Library and Knowledge Centre project will transform library services in Panania through delivery of a modern district-level library facility including meeting room and study areas. Multipurpose subsidised spaces have also been allocated to support local community organisations and residents.

$5,000,000.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard Rd Bankstown NSW 2200)

Wran District Park

Goondah St, Villawood NSW 2163

Fairfield

Wran District Park will create a destination open space for the community. Incorporating upgraded multipurpose courts and a bespoke play space with water play elements and supporting infrastructure such as shade shelters, seating, fitness stations, pathways, landscaping and increased tree canopy, Wran District Park will be a recreation destination.

$5,000,000.00

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

(66-72 Rickard Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200)

Belmore and Lakemba Town Centre Renewal

Haldon St, Lakemba NSW 2195

Canterbury

Building on the unique local character and vibrant charm of the Belmore and Lakemba town centres, the Town Centre Renewal project will enhance the streetscape, improve connectivity and pedestrian safety, support active transport, increase tree canopy and providing alfresco dining opportunities. A direct investment into local people, places and businesses.

$5,000,000.00

The Mulgoa Valley Landcare Group Incorporated

(478 Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745)

Mulgoa Creek - connecting community with healthy habitats

427 Mulgoa Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745

Badgerys Creek

Our project will restore biodiversity and habitat within the Mulgoa Valley. Our project delivers interpretive signage to educate and engage community at key locations and will focus on restoration of critically endangered riparian vegetation communities to enhance biodiversity and habitat with a special focus on the Platypus.

$427,500.00

The Scout Association of Australia New South Wales Branch

(102 Bennelong Pkwy, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127)

Hawkesbury District Community Scout Hall

44 Mill Rd, Kurrajong NSW 2758

Hawkesbury

This auditorium facility will provide inclusive and accessible activities to community groups, including schools, church groups, arts and culture community groups and, of course, Scouting to prepare young people to take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens, and as members of their local, national and international communities.

$1,598,987.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St Picton NSW 2571)

Chandos St, Yanderra Shared Path & K&G Construction

3 Harley St, Yanderra NSW 2574

Wollondilly

This project includes the Chandos Rd Yanderra shared path design & construction will include the following works:  - 1800 linear metres replace sealed shared paths:  - 1800 linear metres shoulder grade;  - 630 linear metres new kerb & gutter;  - 500 linear metres new underground drainage.

$2,781,914.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Redbank Park Master Plan

Bridge St, Picton NSW 2571

Wollondilly

This project includes detailed design and construction of the RedBank park masterplan. The development will include natural open spaces lined with trees to align with the key stakeholder consultation. The project will unite the communities’ collaborative ideas to make use of area currently underutilised

$2,095,353.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Waterboard Oval Upgrade

104 Production Ave, Warragamba NSW 2752

Wollondilly

The oval upgrade will provide benefit to the local community through the provision of state of the art sporting facilities, encouraging increased participation at the local level. Providing better sporting facilities will help to create more connected communities through local sport. The growth in popularity of soccer within the community has resulted in increased demand for soccer pitches, and this project will  assist to meet this demand.

$2,200,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Renew and upgrade Oakdale Hall

10 Egans Rd, Oakdale NSW 2570

Wollondilly

Revitalisation of Oakdale Hall - demolition of existing and construction of new accessible community facility and caprparking

$1,740,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Upgrade Appin Tennis Courts, AIS Park Appin (Sportsground Parade) and lights

40 Sportsground Pde, Appin NSW 2560

Campbelltown

Stage 3 of the Appin Park Master Plan, which involves the expansion of the existingamenities building to provide a multifunctional space. The project will provide an improvedfacility, providing the broader community with an outdoor facility promoting health, lifestyleand community benefits now and into the future.

$1,800,000.00

Wollondilly Shire Council

(62-64 Menangle St, Picton NSW 2571)

Warragamba Netball Courts

270 Farnsworth Ave, Warragamba NSW 2752

Wollondilly

The design and construction of four netball courts in the Waterboard Oval sporting precinct

$1,400,000.00

Australian Catholic University

(40 Edward St, North Sydney NSW 2060)

ACU STEM Centre of Education Excellence, Strathfield

Singles Ridge Rd, Yellow Rock NSW 2777

Strathfield

The ACU STEM Centre of Education Excellence is a transformational opportunity for community groups, residents and industries in Western-Sydney offering a new bespoke building with contemporary learning settings. Delivering STEM upskilling, including school programs, short courses and microcredentials, the Centre will help meet national STEM priorities and changing workforce demands.

$45,170,849.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Liz Kernohan Drive Intersection Upgrade with Camden Valley Way & Kirkham Lane

Camden Valley Way, Kirkham NSW 2570

Camden

The proposal seeks to upgrade of the intersection of Camden Valley Way, Liz Kernohan Drive and Kirkham Lane at Elderslie. The project includes the signalisation of the intersection, widening/raising of the Camden Valley Way corridor and construction of the remaining link of Liz Kernohan Drive

$14,930,000.00

Camden Council

(70 Central Ave, Oran Park NSW 2756)

Camden Town Centre Enhancements - John Street Public Domain Upgrade and Activation

John St, Camden NSW 2570

Camden

John Street will be transformed into a creative, community precinct where community spaces and facilities are integrated within the public domain. New road crossings will give pedestrians priority and safety, while still affording vehicular access. This unified streetscape will serve as a civic street, transport hub, or cultural event space.

$23,139,708.00

Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink

(17A Phillips Ave, Canterbury NSW 2193)

Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink Roof & Amenities Upgrade

17A Phillips Ave, Canterbury NSW 2193

Canterbury

The project will deliver a new roof structure and building envelope, 5 multipurpose/change rooms, new skate hire facilities, a concrete ice floor and barrier system and upgraded spectator seating areas. Delivery ensures COIR will continue to operate for the next 50 years.

$17,716,000.00

Islamic Sciences and Research Academy

(128 South Pde, Auburn NSW 2144)

Sydney Islamic Arts Museum

TBC

TBC

The project involves building Islamic Arts, Culture and History Museum to facilitate the artistic and cultural output of the Muslim community in Western Sydney and beyond, recognise Muslim contribution to Australia and engage in intercultural and interfaith dialogue.

$26,301,018.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Revitalisation of the Wentworth Falls School of Arts Theatre and Hall

217-219 Great Western Highway,
Wentworth Falls NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

The revitalisation of the historic Wentworth Falls School of Arts building will enable this much loved facility to meet the audiovisual presentation needs of the many community groups, artists and schools that utilise the space, together with expanding its capacity as a multi-use venue.

$649,863.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Upgrade of the Katoomba Falls Visitor Precinct

110 Cliff Dr, Katoomba NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

To provide for the upgrade Katoomba Falls Precinct, a nationally significant visitor destination, to deliver much needed stimulus of the local visitor economy, increasing visitation and employment in the City

$4,635,804.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Great Blue Mountains Trail – Kiah Lookout to Echo Point

Cliff Dr, Katoomba NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver 1.9 kilometres of active transport footpath and shared path as part of the Great Blue Mountains Trail. The project will provide tangible improvements to active transport infrastructure to promote active transport as a viable travel mode alternative to private car use.

$5,600,000.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Lake Parramatta Swimming Area Upgrade Stage 2

Lackey St, North Parramatta NSW 2151

Parramatta

This project will enhance the amenity, safety, and useability of Lake Parramatta through delivering a safe entry point to the swimming area, additional shade, and formal and informal seating areas. Improved access to the swimming facilities will increase the visitor capacity of Lake Parramatta Reserve as a swimming destination.

$971,300.00

Liverpool City Council

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW )

Scott Street Upgrade

Scott St, Liverpool NSW 2170

Liverpool

This project comprises an upgrade of Scott Street, in the Liverpool CBD. This includes embellishments to the entire street with increased facilities and amenities for the community, and high quality public domain treatments to support pedestrian and cyclist usage and amenity.

$8,111,016.00

Liverpool City Council

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW 2170)

Carnes Hill Aquatic & Leisure Centre

Corner of Cowpasture and Kurrajong Road, Carnes Hill NSW 2171

Liverpool

Council’s vision for Carnes Hill Recreation and Community Precinct is for a vibrant and attractive precinct with high quality public spaces offering a range of recreation and sporting opportunities for Carnes Hill residents and the surrounding suburbs.

$53,397,418.00

Liverpool City Council

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW 2170)

Macquarie Street Upgrade

Macquarie St, Liverpool NSW 2170

Liverpool

Macquarie Street, the heart of Liverpool CBD, is Liverpool’s premier commercial strip and public space. The street will prioritise pedestrians and cyclists with a reinvigorated streetscape. Trees and hedges will cool the street and public art and a pedestrian plaza will beautify this busy street.

$13,454,222.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Blue Mountains LGA Wide Active Transport Links

Sublime Point Rd, Leura NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver 24 kilometres of active transport footpath and shared path connections across the local government area. The project will provide tangible improvements to active transport infrastructure to promote active transport as a viable travel mode alternative to private car use.

$14,000,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Katoomba Town Centre | Place Activation Project

Katoomba St, Katoomba NSW 2780

Blue Mountains

The Katoomba Town Centre | Place Activation Project will deliver high street upgrades and activation including completion of the Katoomba Street footpath upgrade and enhanced pedestrian links, new outdoor public dining facilities, improved wayfinding, new public artwork, improved outdoor events space at Carrington Place, and smart cities technology package.

$7,510,746.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Pitt Park Athletics Complex Upgrade

Matcham Street, Wentworth Falls NSW 2782

Blue Mountains

This project will transform the current athletics oval at Pitt Park into a dedicated athletics sporting precinct.  The project will deliver an additional (8th) lane, field drainage improvements, clubhouse, storage, signage and fencing. This project will provide greater opportunities for participation in structured athletics competition and training for athletes

$3,450,376.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Hazelbrook Village Centre - Place Activation Project

Hazelbrook NSW 2779

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver high street, arts and culture, and community infrastructure improvements to Hazelbrook Village Centre, an essential need for local amenity and rapid growth in tourism.

$2,143,927.00

Fairfield City Council

(86 Avoca Rd, Wakeley NSW 2176)

Community Park Embellishment in Canley Vale

1-27 Avenel St, Canley Vale NSW 2166

Fairfield

The project will provide embellishment of an underutilised public open space to provide a greater range of informal recreational opportunities in Fairfield City. Council is seeking to meet the growing need for multi-generational adventure-focused exercise facilities that will promote community health, connection and vibrancy.

$4,211,419.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Glenbrook Activation and Improvement Program

Glenbrook NSW 2773

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver high street, arts and culture, and community infrastructure improvements to Glenbrook Town Centre and Park, essential need for local amenity and rapid growth in tourism.

$4,047,894.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Neighbourhood Park Upgrade Program

• 2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780

• Medlow Bath Park, 8 Railway Parade, Medlow Bath NSW 2780

• Wilson Park, Falls Road, Wentworth Falls NSW 2780

• Bundah Park, 19-23 Bulbi Avenue, Winmalee, NSW 2777

• Lennox Park, 29 Matthew Parade, East Blaxland, NSW 2774

• Melrose Park, Albion Street, Katoomba NSW 2780

• Golden Horizons Park, 24 Bluehills Road, Hazelbrook NSW 2779

• Else Mitchel Park, 1 Prince Street, Springwood NSW 2777

• Douglas Smith Park, 20 Station Street, Glenbrook NSW 2773

• Sutton Park, 113 Great Western Highway, Blackheath NSW 2783

• Bloom Park, 231 Leura Mall, Leura NSW 2780

• Peninsula Park, 26-28 The Valley Road, Valley Heights NSW 2777

• Thomas Park, 56 Borea Street, Blaxland, NSW 2774

• Carrington Park, Carrington Avenue, Katoomba NSW 2780

• Wilson Park, 16 St Bernards Drive, Lawson NSW 2783

• Batman Reserve, Batman Crescent, Springwood NSW 2777

• Robertswood Park, 16a Robertswood Avenue, Blaxland NSW 2774

Blue Mountains

A transformational program of works to deliver upgrades to 4 neighbourhood parks per year over a 4-year period in the Blue Mountains – Total 16 parks upgraded.

$6,120,000.00

Blue Mountains City Council

(2-6 Civic Pl, Katoomba NSW 2780)

Blaxland Activation and Improvement Program

Blaxland NSW 2774

Blue Mountains

This project will deliver high street, arts and culture, and community infrastructure improvements to Blaxland Town Centre, the gateway to the mountains. An essential need for local amenity and rapid growth in tourism.

$3,381,708.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Carter Street Precinct Community Centre Cold Shell Fit-Out

4 Uhrig Rd, Lidcombe NSW 2141

Parramatta

WestInvest funds will be utilised to support the cold shell fit-out of the new Carter Street Precinct Community Centre in Lidcombe. This new facility will meet community needs through the provision of flexible and bookable multipurpose spaces that can support a range of community and corporate programs, activities, and events.

$6,127,000.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Don Moore Multi-Purpose Community Hub

Carlingford NSW 2118

Parramatta

WestInvest funding will support the delivery of Don Moore Multi-Purpose Community Hub which is aligned with community needs and expectations. Funding will be utilised to consolidate the site’s existing buildings and deliver modern facilities that offer more community, educational and creative arts spaces.

$20,627,918.00

Fairfield City Council

(86 Avoca Rd, Wakeley NSW 2176)

Endeavour Sports Park Synthetic Field Upgrade

15 The Boulevarde, Fairfield West NSW 2165

Fairfield

Construction of a synthetic field at Endeavour Sports Park to cater for multi-sport use (size capable of double football pitches, AFL and cricket pitch), electrical substation, reconfiguration of turf football fields, sports field floodlighting, renewal of netball courts, upgrade of tennis courts, upgrade of amenities and facilities serving the site.

$16,048,586.00

Liverpool City Council
 

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW 2152)

Railway Street Upgrade

Railway St, Liverpool NSW 2170

Liverpool

A reconfigured layout, new street trees and street furniture will improve the pedestrian links between the Liverpool city centre and Liverpool Railway Station. This key street, home to businesses and Liverpool Public School will be beautified and transformed into a pedestrian-friendly city street.

$6,971,519.00

Penrith City Council

(601 High St, Penrith NSW 2750)

City Park Urban Retreat

42 Station St, Penrith NSW 2750

Penrith

Penrith is getting a new green heart, City Park. This 7,000sqm green space in the City Centre features gardens, water features, public art and natural shade for people to enjoy. It will attract more people into the City Centre while stimulating the day and nighttime economy and boosting local business.

$8,230,000.00

Liverpool City Council

(33 Moore St, Liverpool NSW 2152)

Brickmakers Creek - Woodward Park

3 Hoxton Park Rd, Liverpool NSW 2170

Liverpool

Improvements to Brickmakers’ Creek will deliver a regional playground for immediate and future generations both in Liverpool and beyond. The project will incorporate First Nations culture and passive and active recreation for the growing south west Sydney population.

$43,902,148.00

Penrith City Council

(601 High St, Penrith NSW 2750)

Cook Park Precinct Sport, Play, Grandstand & Mixed Recreation

Wilson St, St Marys NSW 2760

Penrith

The upgrade to Cook Park Precinct in St Marys will include a new amenities building, extended grandstand with spectator viewing facilities, a new synthetic playing surface, additional car parking spaces, a walking circuit with pedestrian lighting, tree planting and landscaping.

$19,120,000.00

Western Sydney University

(James Ruse Dr & Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Indigenous Centre of Excellence

James Ruse Dr & Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150

Parramatta

Western Sydney University will develop an Indigenous Centre of Excellence which will catalyse the region’s deep connection to Indigenous people. Opportunities for Indigenous people to celebrate culture and connection to Country will be a central objective, with the Centre serving as an intersection for knowledge exchange.

$78,493,204.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Western Parramatta River and CBD Precinct Connections

• 24A O'Connell Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

 

• 340A Church Street, Parramatta NSW 2150 

 

• 22B O'Connell Street, Parramatta NSW 2150 

 

• 1 Parramatta Park, Parramatta NSW 2150 

Parramatta

A new active transport connection across the River and completed missing links along the foreshore will provide a safe and convenient route along upgraded footpaths with continuous foreshore lighting and equal access street-to-foreshore connections.

$26,098,272.00

City of Parramatta Council

(126 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150)

Parramatta CBD to Sydney CBD Cycleway

Carter St, Lidcombe NSW 2141

Parramatta

The Project will complete a large portion of a Sydney to Parramatta Cycleway whilst also connecting the M4 Cycleway, Haslams Creek Paths and Lidcombe Pippita Trail: connecting residents, workers and visitors into a high quality and high amenity regional walking and cycling network.

$10,696,366.00

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