Bungarribee EOI and Community Consultation for the Bungarribee Masterplan
Western Sydney Parklands Trust is embarking upon the most exciting and significant transformation of the Parklands to date.
The Bungarribee precinct is over 200 hectares and is located in the northern section of the Parklands at Doonside. The Precinct is bounded to the west by the M7 Motorway, to the south by the Great Western Highway and to the east by Doonside Road.
Western Sydney Parklands Trust plans to transform this area into a super park - and your input is welcome!
The super park could can contain world class facilities - in terms of scale think New york's central park and could include passive recreation, outdoor entertainment, tourism facilities - you tell us!
You can attend a community consultation on site at Bungarribee on Sunday 26th May from 10am - 1pm.
If you can't be there in person, you can participate in an online forum. For more information visit www.bungarribeeprecinct.com.au
Simultaneous to the community consultation, the trust is also looking for suitable industry partners to provide tourism infrastructure, with the issuing of an EOI.
Outdoor Entertainment, Leisure or Tourism FacilityExpression of Interest (Stage 1) - Bungarribee Park
Bungarribee Park, the Western Sydney Parklands major recreation development project in the northern parklands corridor, offers a unique opportunity for entertainment, leisure or tourism businesses to work with the Parklands Trust in shaping the future of this new Western Sydney destination.
The site is strategically located at Eastern Creek on the corner of Great Western Highway and Doonside Road, Doonside with excellent road access, outstanding exposure and opportunity for multiple uses.
The Western Sydney Parklands has issued and EOI to the open market, requesting proposals for an outdoor entertainment, leisure or tourism facility. Facilities may include live performance venues, concert amphitheatres, educational/cultural centres and tourism parks, outdoor exhibition, animal parks and zoological wildlife gardens. The EOI closes 12 July 2013.
The EOI is the First Stage of a process to enter into a contractual relationship with one or more parties for the development, construction, lease and operation of a facility on Trust-owned land.
For further details contact Rocco Sergi at our Offices on email: email@example.com or (02) 9895 7500 and mobile 0477 317 395.
Go on safari in the Parklands
Saturday 25 May Plough and Harrow; Sunday 26 May Glendenning 8am - 10am
Back by popular demand, our wildlife walks are on again. If you've ever been walking through the Parklands and wondered what bird you can hear, or what wildlife surrounds you then book now! wildlife walk is for you! Cost is $7.50 per person or $20 for a group of 2 adults and 2 children. Binoculars will be supplied and every participant will receive a copy of the wonderful colour brochure "Birds of Western Sydney" developed by Mark Fuller, our resident Parklands Wildlife roving reporter.
To book, please contact Karen Moore on 9895 7614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cafe at Plough and Harrow Playground soon to open!
The cafe at Plough and Harrow East is expected to open by early May.
It will be called Amoretti's Licenced Cafe, Restaurant & Function Centre, and will be providing coffee and light refreshments as well as more a la carte options in the restaurant. We are all very excited at the prospect of having great quality cafe serving food to our visitors!
Wet n Wild
We are very excited that the Sydney location for Wet'n'Wild will be within the Western Sydney Parklands. Here are the Frequently Asked Questions, you can visit the official website www.wetnwildsydney.com.au or you can find the contract here.
About The Parklands
Set in the heart of Western Sydney, The Western Sydney Parklands contain world class sporting facilities, popular picnic areas, a full length cycle/walking track and native bushland. Covering 5,280 hectares, the Parklands stretch 27 kilometres from Quakers Hill to Leppington and are twenty five times the size of CentennialPark.
The Western Sydney Parklands are part of the NSW Government's new vision for contemporary, urban living in Western Sydney and are the perfect place to spend the day with family and friends - all without leaving your own backyard.
The NSW Government has established the Western Sydney Parklands Trust to be responsible for managing and developing the Parklands.