Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants - Projects

The Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program (formerly known as WestInvest) will provide $2 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.

Artists depiction of Blacktown Aquatic centre outdoors with community enjoying

Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Projects

Click on the LGAs below to see the transformational projects that will be delivered:

Blacktown
  • $77.2 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Blacktown Aquatic Centre project which will expand and modernise the existing centre to provide heat refuge and swimming facilities for the local community.
  • $40.6 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Mount Druitt Swimming Centre Renewal project which will expand and modernise the Centre, allowing the community to swim all year round.
  • $39.9 million for Blacktown City Councilto deliver the Blacktown City Arts and Cultural Centrewhich will consist of galleries, performance and work spaces promoting First Nations and multicultural community members, young people, senior citizens, schools and art groups.
  • $35.8 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Seven Hills Portal – Community Resource Hub project which will include a new library and community space for education, culture, arts and events in the heart of the Seven Hills town centre.
  • $26.8 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Revitalisation of Mount Druitt Hub project which will expand and modernise the existing community centre with a fully accessible library, art studios and cafes, to create an environment to learn, work and play.
  • $26.3 million for the Islamic Sciences and Research Academy to deliver the Sydney Islamic Arts Museum project which will support arts and cultural activities among the Muslim community in Western Sydney and beyond.
  • $25.4 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the new Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) Community Facility in Mount Druitt – a first-class sporting and community hub to support young people through education, training and mentoring.
  • $19.5 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the First Nations Community Centre project which 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.
  • $2.2 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Community Infrastructure in the Blacktown Local Government Area project which will upgrade three community and aquatic centres.
  • $2.1 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Reserve Embellishment – Tallawong Reserve and Rosenthal Park project which will upgrade two parks to provide improved play areas, pedestrian access, and sport and picnic areas.
  • $1.6 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Community Park refurbishment at Ashley Brown Reserve North project which will enhance the aging sports ground to support the community’s lifestyle, health and wellbeing.
  • $1.2 million for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Quality Green and Open Spaces in Blacktown LGA project which will deliver upgrades to sports fields and community infrastructure across five locations.
  • $708,600 for Blacktown City Council to deliver the Local Traffic Programs in Blacktown project which will enhance and improve streetscapes, and road and pedestrian safety.
  • More than $336,000 for the Richard Johnson Anglican School to go towards the $404,909 Richard Johnson Anglican School project which will transform a large maintenance shed into a modern and air-conditioned school hall, to provide a facility for the growing school community and wider community groups.
Blue Mountains
  • $14 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Blue Mountains LGA Wide Active Transport Links project to deliver 24km of active transport links between 27 towns and villages in the Blue Mountains.
  • $8.5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $12.5 million Wentworth Falls Dam and Lake Recreational Precinct project to complete the 1.5km loop walk, deliver a 66-metre viewing platform across the weir spillway and improve access to the lake for recreational activities.
  • $7.5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Katoomba Town Centre - Place Activation project which will deliver new outdoor public dining facilities, public artwork, street furniture and improved outdoor events space.
  • $6.1 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $6.4 million Neighbourhood Park Upgrade project. The Program will upgrade 16 local parks across the Blue Mountains, providing better amenities and equipment for the community.
  • $5.6 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Great Blue Mountains Trail – Kiah Lookout to Echo Point project which will include 1.9 kilometres of cycling and walking paths, providing the missing link from Leura Station to Scenic World and the Katoomba Golf Course Precinct.
  • $5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $7.7 million Leura Cascades Recreation Precinct Upgrade – Stage 2 project to improve visitor infrastructure within and surrounding the Leura Cascades Picnic Area.
  • $4.6 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $4.8 million upgrade of the Katoomba Falls Visitor Precinct which will bring much needed stimulus of the local visitor economy through increasing visitation and employment in the Blue Mountains.
  • $4 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Glenbrook Activation and Improvement Program project will deliver a new high street, arts and culture, and community infrastructure improvements to Glenbrook Town Centre and Park.
  • $3.5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Lomatia Park Clubhouse and Amenities Upgrade project to replace an ageing building with a new fit for purpose facility to improve access to sport and recreation.
  • $3.5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $3.6 million Pitt Park Athletics Complex Upgrade project which will transform the current oval into a dedicated state of the art athletics sporting precinct. 
  • $3.5 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $3.7 million Development of Improved Visitor Facilities Infrastructure to Support Tourism project which will upgrade the infrastructure around Echo Point, Pulpit Rock and Sublime Point improving accessibility.
  • $3.4 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Blaxland Activation and Improvement Program project which will upgrade the Blaxland Town Centre, improving safety and accessibility to the gateway of the Blue Mountains.
  • $3.2 million for the Active Transport Links – The Greater Blue Mountains Trail to deliver 4.5km of walking and cycling tracks to connect key towns in the Blue Mountains.
  • $2.6 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver a new 3.8km off-road shared path link along Singles Ridge Road, Yellow Rock, between Vendetta Road and Yellow Rock Road in Winmalee.
  • $2.4 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the spectacular 20km multi-day Grand Cliff Top Walk project, delivering improved and accessible walking tracks, visitor parking, amenities and open space infrastructure at Gordon Falls Reserves.
  • $2.2 million for Blue Mountains City Council to add 2km to the Great Blue Mountains Trail on Cliff Drive between Narrow Neck Road and Acacia Street in Katoomba.
  • $2.1 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the Hazelbrook Village Centre - Place Activation project will deliver a new high street, arts and culture, and community infrastructure improvements to Hazelbrook Village Centre.
  • $1.6 million for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $1.8 million upgrade of South Lawson Park which will convert a former golf course into a new district level park.
  • $870,200 for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $970,200 the Community Wellbeing - Solar and Batteries project which will help to build environmental resilience in the Blue Mountains through the development of an adaption plan and installation of solar panels and battery storage across three childcare/preschool facilities and four community-facing services.
  • $815,827 to The Eleanor Dark Foundation to deliver the $860,322 architect-designed cultural hub for workshops, literary events and writing groups in the Blue Mountains.
  • $772,000 to the Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre Inc. to deliver the $852,030 SmartenUp Blackheath Community Centre project which will transform the existing community centre into a functional, sustainable multi-purpose space.
  • Almost $650,000 for Blue Mountains City Council to deliver the $692,713 revitalisation of the Wentworth Falls School of Arts Theatre and Hall which will enable the facility to meet the audio visual presentation needs of the many community groups, artists and schools.
  • $348,800 for the Blue Mountains Christian Education Association Limited to deliver the Creative Design Innovation Centre and classroom upgrade project which will deliver an innovation hub to help students and the local community engage with new and emerging technologies.
Burwood
  • $52.4 million for the Burwood Council to redevelop the Enfield Aquatic Centre at Enfield, including a new 50 metre pool to support swimmers.
  • $20.3 million for Burwood City Council towards the $36 million Burwood Urban Park and Arts and Cultural Centre project which will transform an underutilised carpark into a vibrant Urban Park, Arts and Cultural Centre.
  • $6.6 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Burwood Main Street Transformation Project to transform Burwood Road into a vibrant and iconic food and culture destination.
  • $4 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Paisley Road Beautification Project which will transform the connecting area between Burwood and Croydon Stations into a safe, accessible and walkable space.
  • $3.9 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Dean Street Precinct Transformation which will build on the current NSW Government-funded trial to create a permanent food and entertainment destination in the heart of Burwood Town Centre.
  • $2.7 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Henley Park Sports Field Upgrade which will revitalise two aged sports fields to improve sport and recreational facilities.
  • $2.5 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Burwood Park Inclusive Play Space to support a makeover of Burwood Park into an inclusive and welcoming recreational precinct.
  • $2.2 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Strathfield Place Making Project which will transform Bells Lane into a vibrant laneway and shared pedestrian zone, increasing outdoor dining.
  • $1.2 million for Burwood City Council to deliver the Woodstock Sensory Garden Project which will revitalise an underutilised open space on the edge of the Burwood Town Centre.
  • $876,150 for Burwood City Council to deliver the Burwood Library Pod which will implement new technology to deliver an innovative and purpose built 24/7 library pod in Enfield.
  • $814,641 for Burwood City Council to deliver the Henley Park and Russel Reserve Expansion which will transform 1,450m2 of underutilised land into a new open space.
Camden
  • $24.7 million for Camden Council to deliver the $113.5 million Scalabrini North project which includes high quality open space and community infrastructure to support the new strategic town centre of Leppington.
  • $23.1 million for Camden Council to deliver the Camden Town Centre Enhancements - John Street Public Domain Upgrade and Activation project which will transform John Street into a creative, community precinct with new community spaces and facilities.
  • $21.3 million for Camden Council to deliver the $32.2 million Scalabrini East project which will include essential green and open spaces to encourage health and well-being in Leppington.  WestInvest funding will deliver three sports fields, three tennis courts, a multipurpose court and three local parks.
  • $14.9 million for Camden Council to deliver the $15.4 million Liz Kernohan Drive Intersection Upgrade with Camden Valley Way and Kirkham Lane project which will upgrade a key intersection to improve traffic congestion and improve road safety for the local community at Elderslie.
  • $14 million for Camden Council to deliver the Cut Hill Reserve Sports Field Redevelopment project that will renew 18.5 hectares of public open space to deliver new recreation opportunities.
  • $11.7 million for Amity College to deliver the $14.3 million Amity College New Primary School - Stage 2 project. The Project will include a school oval, passive play spaces, a community garden and an adventure playground that will be made available for use by the local community. 
  • $10 million for Camden Council to deliver the Camden Animal Shelter and Community Education Hub project to transform an industrial area into a community-focused shelter.
  • $9.7 million for Camden Council to deliver the Narellan Town Centre Improvements project which will provide a network of public art and native and ornamental planting to improve the quality of three public and community spaces within the Narellan town centre.
  • $7.7 million for Camden Council to deliver the Camden Civic Centre Renewal and Upgrade project will transform the Camden Civic Centre into a facility that fosters and showcases creativity to support local emerging artists.
  • $4 million for Camden Council to deliver the Camden Community Nursery project which will convert an industrial area into a community nursery to produce local native plants for a wide range of revegetation and restoration projects.
  • $1.5 million for Camden Council to deliver the $2.9 million Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan project which will include a network of footpaths to complete missing connections to schools, community facilities and shopping centres.
  • $993,430 for Camden Council to deliver the Ultimate Nature Challenge project which will create a new free destination for those seeking to switch up their fitness to the next level. 
Campbelltown
  • $79 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Campbelltown Arts Centre project which will create a new flexible theatre, galleries, community and workshops spaces and artist studios.
  • $18 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Railway Parade Bridge Upgrade project which will include a two lane bridge with shared pathways on both sides to improve public and active transport.
  • $16.7 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Sport and Health Centre of Excellence at Leumeah, in partnership with Western Sydney University, the Macarthur Bulls, Wests Tigers and the South-West Sydney Academy of Sport.
  • $9.4 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Campbelltown Health and Education Precinct Connectivity, Wayfinding and Identity project which will provide new cycleways, public domain improvements, street trees, public art and signage to support the local community who use the precinct.
  • $7.5 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Campbelltown City Centre Transformation project to revitalise the Queen Street precinct with new pedestrian links and event spaces.
  • $6.5 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the $6. 9 million Dharawal Nature Playspace which will include a play space on the banks of the upper Georges River that celebrates culture and connection to country for all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
  • $4.9 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Ingleburn Town Centre Transformation project which will deliver infrastructure to improve lighting, safety, greening, event readiness, public art, traffic management and amenity improvements.
  • $4.2 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Multipurpose Community Facilities Hub project which will support local services and community groups to break cycles of disadvantage.
  • $3.8 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Macarthur Recreation Trail – Australian Botanic Garden, Mt Annan to Campbelltown project to enhance the green trail extending from the Camden CBD in the west, through the Australian Botanic Garden Mt Annan to Campbelltown Train Station and CBD via Bow Bowing Creek, Western Sydney University and Macarthur Station.
  • $3 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Gordon Fetterplace Aquatic Centre Upgrade project which will upgrade the existing facility by extending the grandstand seating area, provide more shade and make the facility more accessible.
  • $2.8 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Eschol Park Sporting Complex project which will upgrade and refurbish the existing facilities to enhance the area for community based clubs.
  • $2.5 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Glenfield Town Beautification project to reinvigorate the city centre and provide a safer, more inviting and engaging environment.
  • $2.3 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Connected Campbelltown – A network of shared use pathway links and circuits project to deliver 7.75km of recreation trails.
  • $2.2 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Hurley Park – Early stories of Campbelltown’s Resilience project to restore one of the last convict-built structures in NSW.
  • $1.5 million for Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council to deliver the Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade - Broughton Anglican College project which will upgrade the Wastewater Treatment Plant and connect it to the Sydney Water Sewerage system.
  • $1.5 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Simmos Beach Parklands – Activating the Upper Georges River project to enhance quality green space and support recreation.
  • $1.4 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Kanbyugal Parklands – Mountain Bike Park project to convert an underutilised parcel of land into an inclusive mountain bike facility.
  • $1.3 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Leumeah Youth Precinct project, a vibrant and active hub.
  • $1.3 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Glenfield Urban Bike Park to deliver a BMX track for more facilities for wheeled activities.
  • $1 million for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Minto Multicultural Community Centre Enhancement project which will upgrade an existing facility, to provide programs to help the disadvantaged communities in the area.
  • $977,880 for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the St Helens Park Youth Space to deliver four BMX tracks.
  • $681,063 for Campbelltown City Council to deliver the Outdoor Fitness Facilities Program – For a Fitter Healthier Campbelltown project to upgrade outdoor fitness equipment at four sites.
Canterbury-Bankstown
  • $17.7 million to The Ice Skating Club of NSW to upgrade the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink and allow the facility to reopen and continue to operate for the next 50 years.
  • $10 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the Creating a Walking City project which will deliver 23.5km of priority footpaths across 58 locations.
  • $10 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the Electrifying the City project which will support the construction of a mid-scale 2MW solar farm to provide up to 20 per cent of Council’s energy needs.
  • $10 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $20 million Revitalising Campsie Civic Precinct project to create a dedicated arts and culture precinct, including a new library, civic meeting facilities and indoor and outdoor community spaces.
  • $8.7 million for St Merkorious Charity Association for the $8.9 million St Merkorious Food Distribution Centre & Sustainable Community Garden project which will deliver a new food distribution facility allowing the charity to provide up to 15,000 meals a week to disadvantaged communities in Western Sydney.
  • $6.8 million for the RSPCA to deliver the $8.6 million RSPCA Community Outreach project which will allow the RSPCA to expand their targeted desexing programs in Western Sydney.
  • $5.5 million for the UMA Centre Limited to deliver the $8.5 million UMA Centre Padstow Transformation Project which will convert an existing community centre into a state-of-the-art-sports complex.
  • $5 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $10 million Roberts Park Community Hub project which will provide a new multipurpose facility at the former YMCA site for Greenacre residents.
  • $5 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $6.5 million Wran District Park project which will overhaul the green space and decommission the aged Wran Leisure Centre to create a destination open space with multipurpose courts and a bespoke play space.
  • $5 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $10 million Belmore and Lakemba Town Centre Renewal project to activate the highstreets with more trees and outdoor dining options.
  • $5 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $10 million Panania Library and Knowledge Centre project to transform the 50-year-old library into a modern facility with new meeting and study areas.
  • $4 million for Canterbury Bankstown Council to deliver the $5 million Local Traffic Program project which will deliver 6.2km of priority pedestrian infrastructure and 10 traffic management devices across 45 locations to increase pedestrian safety and support accessibility in the community.
  • $2.9 million for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance for the $5.7 million Roselands Centre for Disability Support project which will deliver a new, world-class therapy centre to provide local access to evidence-based, innovative therapies, programs and services, enhancing the lives of hundreds of people living with disability.
  • $875,000 for the Anglican Church Property Trust Diocese of Sydney to go towards the $1.4 million Redevelopment of St Paul's Community Centre project which will upgrade the property into a more inclusive and inviting space for the local community.
Cumberland
  • $53.7 million for Cumberland Council to deliver the New Hyland Road Sporting Complex, Greystanes project which will deliver a precinct for indoor and outdoor sport including netball, AFL, football, cricket, baseball, rugby league, rugby union, cricket, basketball, volleyball and badminton.
  • $16.9 million for theGandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council to deliver the $38 million Gandangara Support Centre - Veteran Rehabilitation and Youth Diversion Programs which will establish a First Peoples’ centre accompanied by 10 hectares of green and open space for the community.
  • $14.6 million for Cumberland Council to deliver the Guildford Pool Modernisation project which will revitalise the existing 50-year-old centre, including a new outdoor pool, water play park and change room facilities.
  • $7.6 million for Cumberland Council to deliver the Lidcombe Town Centre High Street Activation project to deliver improved public domain and outdoor dining spaces to foster a strong sense of community belonging.
  • $7 million for Cumberland Council to deliver the Civic Park Pendle Hill Upgrade project to build on work already funded to create a new parkland, including a new table tennis zone, multi-purpose sport courts and barbecue areas.
Fairfield
  • $28 million for Fairfield City Council to go towards the $46.5 million Fairfield Showground Stage 2 – Indoor Sports Centre.
  • $16 million for Fairfield City Council to deliver the Endeavour Sports Park project which will include a new synthetic field, sized for two soccer pitches, an AFL or a cricket pitch.
  • $6.3 million for Fairfield City Council to deliver the $6.5 million Brenan Park project which will deliver more spaces for sports and adventure play for all ages.
  • $4.2 million for Fairfield City Council to deliver the Community Park Embellishment in Canley Vale project which will deliver a range of facilities including a pump track, ninja obstacle course, walking tracks, exercise equipment and amenities.
Hawkesbury
  • $44 million for the YMCA NSW towards the $49 million Y Yarramundi Camping, Conference and Outdoor Education Retreat Redevelopment project. The project will transform the facility into a more inclusive complex that caters for people of all ages and abilities.
  • $30.3 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Upgrade of Richmond Swimming Centre project which will include a new flexible eight lane 50 metre heated pool to allow for swimming all year round.
  • $23.9 million for Hawkesbury City Council towards the $26.7 million North Richmond Community Precinct project which will deliver new community facilities including a library, an indoor sports stadium and performing arts studios.
  • $9.8 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Tamplin Field Redevelopment project which will include a new synthetic field with off-field grassed spaces to enable games and events through all weather conditions.
  • $6.7 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Oasis Aquatic and Leisure Centre Improvements project which will enhance the existing facility to allow for increased fitness and recreation.
  • $5.4 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the $8.8 million Woodbury Reserve Upgrade project to deliver a new playground, sports courts, a BMX pump track, a skate park and walking tracks.
  • $4.7 million for Hawkesbury City Councilto deliver the Cycleway Bridge over Rickabys Creek project which will complete a continuous path of travel for cyclists and pedestrians between Richmond and Windsor town centres.
  • $4.8 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Turnbull Oval, North Richmond Park project which includes a new grandstand and associated facilities to support the growth of football, cricket, netball and tennis.
  • $4.6 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the $9.87 million Fernadell Park and Community Facility development project to deliver new sporting facilities to encourage women and young people to get active.
  • $4.5 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Kurrajong to Kurmond Cycleway project to deliver a 1.75km offroad shared path alongside Bells Line of Road between Kurmond and Kurrajong.
  • $2.3 million for Hawkesbury City Council to deliver the Getting around and discovering the Hawkesbury project to deliver wayfinding and signage to guide residents and visitors through the diverse attractions in the Hawkesbury.
  • $1.6 million for The Scout Association of Australia – NSW Branch Hawkesbury District Community Scout Hall to deliver a new Community Scout Hall.
Liverpool
  • $53.4 million for the Liverpool City Council to deliver the Carnes Hill Aquatic and Leisure Centre project which includes a new 50m pool and a range of aquatic, fitness and wellness activities to improve the physical, mental and social wellness of the community.
  • $43.9 million for the Liverpool City Council to deliver the Brickmakers’ Creek – Woodwood Park project which will deliver a naturalised water oasis surrounded by new trees and vegetation with a regional playground for immediate and future generations.
  • $27.7 million in funding to Liverpool City Council to help deliver the $36.7 million Light Horse Park Embellishment and Upgrade project.
  • $13.4 million for the Liverpool City Council to deliver the $14.6 million Macquarie Street Upgrade project which includes a new urban plaza and prioritise pedestrians and cyclists with a reinvigorated streetscape.
  • $8.2 million for Autism Spectrum Australia to deliver the Aspect Therapy and Community Services Hub project which will create a new purpose-built Autism friendly Community Connection Hub.
  • $8.1 million for the Liverpool City Council to deliver the $8.3 million Scott Street Upgrade project which includes new pedestrian crossings, a new cycleway, increased canopy coverage and street greenery, and the improvement of pedestrian amenity.
  • $7.4 million for the Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council to deliver the $13.2 million Gandangara Cultural Connection Hub project which will establish a three-level, fully accessible cultural and arts facility for the community to Connect. Belong. Thrive.
  • $6.9 million for the Liverpool City Council to deliver the $7.2 million Railway Street Upgrade project which includes a reconfigured layout, new street trees and street furniture.
Parramatta
  • $78.5 million for Western Sydney University to deliver the Indigenous Centre of Excellence project at Rydalmere that will generate enduring benefits for Indigenous communities across the region.
  • $40 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the $182.5 million Theatres Redevelopment project which will revitalise the Riverside Theatres and cultural arts centre to provide a state-of the-art performance and theatre centre.
  • $26.9 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the $27.2 million the Duck River Nature Trail project which will deliver a high amenity walking and cycling track along Duck River connecting the M4 Cycleway and Parramatta Valley off road Cycleway.
  • $26 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the $28.3 million Western Parramatta River and CBD Precinct Connections project that will connect the Parramatta City Centre, its river and Parramatta Park, to promote walking and cycling.
  • $20.6 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Don Moore Multi-Purpose Community Hub project which will consolidate existing buildings in Carlingford to deliver a community space that supports education and create arts.
  • $10.7 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the $11 million Parramatta CBD Cycleway project which will connect the M4 Cycleway and Haslams Creek paths.
  • $9.8 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Finlaysons Creek Regional Cycleway project to link the M4 and Prospect Canal cycleways to the T-Way Cycleway and Parramatta Valley Cycleway via a safe and accessible path along Finlaysons Creek in Wentworthville and Westmead.
  • $9 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Eastern Parramatta River and CBD Precinct Connections project that will increase the safety, capacity and experience along the Parramatta foreshore for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • $8.7 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver a critical sporting and recreation open space across the five parks that form the Heart of Play network project.
  • $8.3 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Doyle Ground Sports Facility Improvements project to upgrade the existing facility to provide better access to open space for recreation.
  • $6.1 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Carter Street Precinct Community Centre Cold Shell Fit-Out project which will transform the facility into a functional community space.
  • $5.6 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the North Granville Community Open Space Upgrade project which will create a North Granville sporting and recreation precinct.
  • $5.5 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the RefurbishedRydalmere Bowling Club project to adaptively reuse the existing premises to a multipurpose community centre to better support the community.
  • $5.4 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the $5.9 Epping Town Centre: Oxford Street Urban Amenity & Reinvigoration project which will inject new life and vibrancy into the Epping Town Centre, reinvigorating outdoor dining, open spaces and bringing much needed shady street trees. 
  • $4.6 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver theSomerville Park Improvement project which will provide new facilities for recreation and exercise, including accessible playgrounds, multi-purpose sports courts and outdoor fitness equipment.
  • $3.8 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Max Ruddock Reserve Amenities Modernisation with viewing platform project to upgrade a 50-year-old building to support growth in local sport.
  • $3.7 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Sue Savage Reserve Multigenerational Recreational Facilities project to provide a new youth precinct centred around a skate and BMX park.
  • $1.5 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Active Youth are Healthy Youth project which will improve youth-focused play equipment across Dundas Ward.
  • $1.4 million for the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Let’s Play @ Kilpack! project to enhance the existing open space with new play and fitness equipment, as well as circuit paths and lighting.
  • $971,300 for the the City of Parramatta Council to deliver the Lake Parramatta Swimming Area project by providing a safe entry point to the swimming area, additional shade, and formal and informal seating areas.
  • $862,677 towards the North Rocks Public School P&C’s $912,677 Inclusive Playground project which will deliver a fully accessible playground that can be accessed in all weather.
  • $585,000 for the Anglican Church Property Trust Diocese of Sydney to deliver the $1.9 million Shepherds Wharf Ministry Centre and Community Hub project which will convert an existing building to support range of community needs.
  • $467,670 towards The Hills School P&C’s $483,620 Accessible Playground Learning Spaces project which delivers ground-breaking renewal of essential teaching and learning spaces to meet the needs of students with complex moderate to severe intellectual disability.
  • $354,725 for the West Epping Dog Off Leash Area project for a new fenced space for dogs and their owners.
Penrith
  • $106.7 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Indoor Multi Sports Facility project in Claremont Meadows.
  • $40 million for the Salvation Army to deliver the $90.8 million Greater West Sydney Oasis project which will provide a new community arts and cultural centre in St Marys.
  • $21 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the St Marys Central Park project. The project will deliver a new civic park and state of the art performance centre.
  • $19.1 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Cook Park Precinct Sport, Play, Grandstand & Mixed Recreation project in St Marys. The project will include a new amenities building, extended grandstand with spectator viewing facilities, a new synthetic playing surface, a walking circuit with pedestrian lighting, tree planting and landscaping.
  • $9.1 million for We Help Ourselves to deliver the $9.5 million West Multi-Function Alcohol and other Drug Centre in St Marys.
  • The $8.2 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the City Park and Urban Retreat project which will deliver a new 7,000sqm green heart in the city centre featuring gardens, water features, public art and natural shade for people to relax, play and be active. 
  • $7 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the $41 million Gipps Street Recreation Precinct project to transform a 32-hectare former landfill site in Claremont Meadows into a multipurpose open space facility for the community.
  • $7.6 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Playspace Network projects will create an integrated network of 21 new playspaces across the Penrith LGA.
  • $5 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Nursery Upgrade and Cumberland Plain Improvement project which will upgrade the Penrith nursery to help green the city and protect threatened ecological communities including the Cumberland Plain Woodland.
  • $2.7 million for Association for Educational Projects Ltd to deliver the $5.2 million Youth Empowerment Hub – Lowana project in Penrith.
  • $2.5 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Parker Street Reserve Sport and Recreation Precinct project will enhance and extend the amenity building to provide storage and accessible toilet facilities, increased formal car parking, drainage, remediation of playing surfaces and a new and inclusive playspace.
  • $1.7 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the Andromeda Oval Storage, Sports Surface & Carpark Improvements project which will upgrade storage amenities at the existing facility, improved drainage and surface work to the eastern playing fields, upgrade to the existing multisport surfaces for netball and basketball and an extension to the existing car park.
  • $1.5 million for Penrith City Council to deliver the $3.4 million Bennett Park Skate and Mixed Recreation Space project which will deliver a new recreation space in Bennett Park, St Marys. It will include skate spaces, pump track elements, climbing and obstacle-style equipment, play, multi-sport, landscaping, seating and pathway connection infrastructure.
  • $427,500.00 for the Mulgoa Valley Landcare GroupInc to support the Mulgoa Creek Connecting Community with Healthy Habitats project to restore local biodiversity and habitat with a special focus on protecting the platypus.
Strathfield
  • $45.1 million for the Australian Catholic University to deliver the STEM Centre of Education project which will deliver school programs and short courses to provide more opportunities for the local community to study STEM subjects.
  • $8.2 million for the Strathfield Municipal Council to deliver the Hudson District Park East project which will upgrade Hudson Park Oval and pavilion, improve traffic and build a playground with fitness and climbing areas;
  • $7.8 million for the Strathfield Municipal Council to deliver the Begnell Field Revitalisation project which will deliver female and accessible change rooms and upgrade the surface and lighting at the sportsground;
  • $4.2 million for the Strathfield Municipal Council to deliver the Airey Park Refurbishment project which will upgrade the oval and amenities to meet future community needs;
  • $1.6 million for the Strathfield Municipal Council to deliver the Strathfield Park Revitalisation project which will transform the park with a new basketball court, a storage facility, seating and green open space.
  • More than $573,000 for the Strathfield Municipal Council to deliver the Upgrade to Cooke Park Skatepark project to provide state of the art facilities to young skaters.
The Hills
  • $15 million for The Hills Shire Council to deliver theHorseworld - Indoor Recreation Centre project which will convert and refurbish an existing private indoor equestrian centre into a new recreational facility.
  • $11.5 million for The Hills Shire Council to deliver theCastle Hill Showground Arena project to transform the arena into a multi-purpose sport, recreation and entertainment venue.
  • $5 million for Autism Spectrum Australia to help construct the brand-new, two storey autism specific primary school in the Box Hill education precinct to support students who struggle to attend a mainstream or other special needs school due to their disability.
  • $4.6 million for The Hills Shire Council to deliver the Castle Hill Showground - Pedestrian Bridge project which will include a pedestrian bridge crossing Showground Road, from the Castle Hill Showground, to Fred Caterson Reserve.
  • $3 million for The Salvation Army towards the $3.1 million Salvation Army Norwest Community Hub project which will deliver the Hope Market Warehouse and the Norwest Recreation Centre. The Centre will promote more active and regular community participation, increase access to essential social support services and deliver recreational activities for young people with a disability.
  • $1 million for the The Hills Shire Council to deliver the Bernie Mullane Sports Complex project which will extend the existing playground to provide additional play opportunities for a greater range of ages and abilities.
  • $999,595 for the The Hills Shire Council towards the Baker Crescent Shops - Design & Rejuvenation project which will improve access and visitor experience to the local shopping strip.
  • $627,464 for Hills Community Aid and Information Servicesto deliver the Balcombe Heights Estate Centenary Sensory Garden project. The project will revitalise an unused grass area at Balcombe Heights Estate with a sensory garden featuring space for relaxation and passive recreation for all ages and abilities, including people with special needs.
  • $500,000 for The Hills Shire Council to deliver theUpgrading of Flood Warning Infrastructure project to promote community safety and improve resilience to potential future flood events.
Wollondilly
  • $5.2 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to upgrade the Waterboard Oval in Warragamba with new and improved facilities to accommodate soccer, cricket, AFL and various court sports.
  • $5.2 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver the Dudley Chesham Masterplan project. A multiuse community facility to replace the existing sportsground complex.
  • $3.5 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver the $22.3 million Wollondilly Community Cultural and Civic Precinct Performing Arts Centre project for an enhanced auditorium fit out.
  • $3.5 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theThirlmere Hall Refurbishment project to transform the non-operational Thirlmere Hall into a new community hall.
  • $2.8 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver the Chandos St, Yanderra Shared Path project will construct a new 1.8km shared pathway to link the town centre and sporting grounds to the wider Yanderra community.
  • $2.7 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theFootpath and Shared Path Program to upgrade multiple paths across six communities to create safer and more accessible links.
  • $2 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver Redbank Park Master Plan project which will include an off-leash dog area, amenities and fitness space, playgrounds and passive recreation areas.
  • $1.8 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theAppin Park Community Space project to transform an existing single use facility into a multifunctional space.
  • $1.7 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theRenew and Upgrade Oakdale Hall project to deliver a new accessible community facility.
  • $1.4 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theWarragamba Netball Courts project for four new netball courts in the Waterboard Oval sporting precinct.
  • $1 million for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver theRailside Ave Main Street Upgrade in Bargo project to design and construct a roadside parking and travel rest location.
  • $925,100 for the Tharawal Local Aboriginal Land Council to improve the campsite accommodation facilities at Couridjah.
  • $500,000 for Wollondilly Shire Council to deliver The Oaks Hall project, to refurbish the existing facility to deliver an important community hub.
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