Your Parks Your Voice

Share your thoughts about open spaces and facilities

Have your say about the future of public places and community facilities in the Camden LGA.

Community input is needed for the Camden Places and Spaces Strategy that will outline the need for recreational and social spaces in the next 20 years.

 The strategy will include: -

  • Public open space - Camden Council owned and managed land;
  • Play spaces – playgrounds, sportsgrounds, dog off leash areas, skate parks and BMX bike tracks; and
  • Community facilities - community centres, halls, meeting rooms, clubrooms and libraries.

Please complete the online survey before Sunday 30 July.

 

Local Park Bandara Circuit Spring Farm

Spring Farm locals were invited to share their views and ideas about the park on Bandara Circuit Spring Farm.

Thank you to all local residents who completed the online survey - 366 surveys were completed.

View the results of the survey here including suggested park names here.

Status:

Landscape architects are currently undertaking a detailed assessment of the park and will prepare a draft Master Plan taking into account the survey data. 

The community will be invited to share their views and ideas about the draft Master Plan in September 2017.

For more information contact Council’s Recreation Team on 4645 5045.

Parks in Elderslie

Did you answer the survey about parks in Elderslie? Want to find out the results?

Did you visit the pop up activities held at Merino Reserve, Kirkham Park and Camden Play Day? See what others had to say about parks in Elderslie.

View the Your Parks, Your Voice Report 

For more information contact Council’s Recreation Team on 4645 5045.

Proposed water play parks & youth play spaces

To help Camden Council meet the needs of our growing community, we want to know your thoughts.

Council has allocated funds to develop two Youth Play Spaces at Sedgewick Reserve & Harrington Park Lake, and two Water Play Parks at Curry Reserve & Town Park, Oran Park.

The survey is now closed.

Queen Street Reserve

A draft masterplan has been developed for Queen Street Reserve, Narellan following Council’s decision to upgrade the playground.
The plan represents a vision for the future enhancement of the reserve.

Status:

The public exhibition period for the master plan has now closed and Council is assessing the submissions.

For more information contact Council's Recreation Team on 4645 5045.

View a copy of the Queen Street Reserve Map that outlines the scope of works.