Kings Central Park opens to the community

  • 25 Oct 2023
A new park has opened and local infrastructure works have been completed at Kings Central masterplanned community as first residents start to move in.

Kings Central Park officially opened on Friday 20 October with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by local council, suppliers and contractors, and current and future residents who saw the space come to life as children and their families experienced the park for the first time.  

Ideally positioned at the front of the Kings Central neighbourhood, on the corner of Spinifex Road and Cargo Street, the park features a learn-to-ride track, in ground trampolines, soft fall mound, slides and swings, as well as an outdoor gym and plenty of open space for families to kick a ball or roll out a picnic blanket.

Developed in collaboration with leading landscape architects, Place Design Group, and Dharug Educators and artists, Leanne Watson and Erin Wilkins, the park features design and play elements inspired by First Nations cultural heritage. This is reflected in artworks of mother and child Wirriga (Goanna), which symbolise growth and learning, and Dharug language phrases incorporated into the park.

Central Park is one of two open spaces developed for the growing Kings Central neighbourhood, with Eastern Park completed in early October, offering open lawn space, perfect for a kick-about, or picnic.

Kings Central is a $300 million masterplanned community located within five minutes’ walk  to Werrington Train Station and a few minutes’ drive to Great Western Highway, M4 and M7. It is also 15 minutes’ drive to Nepean Hospital and within 30 minutes’ drive to the future Badgerys Creek Airport. A new entry into the estate off Werrington Road has recently been completed, providing easy access into the community and to Werrington Train Station.

Once completed, Kings Central will be home to more than 1000 residents and consist of more than 300 three and four-bedroom homes, with one hundred homes currently under construction. Demand has remained strong, with 85% of homes already sold.

Quotes attributable to Brendan O’Brien, Head of NSW Communities, Lendlease  

“A major attraction for buyers at Kings Central is its accessibility, ample green space, and parks and recreation facilities. Between the Central and Eastern parks, residents can enjoy approximately three hectares of open space, including bike tracks, play equipment, fitness areas, picnic areas, and walking paths. 

“With these facilities all in place to support a high-quality lifestyle, it makes sense that there are just six lots left, directly opposite the new park, at this vibrant, modern community in Western Sydney.”

For more information: 
Anna Warby
External Affairs Manager NSW
+61 476 168 556