Sports grounds reopened for outdoor sporting competitions from Wednesday 1 July for both adults and children. Visit the NSW Office of Sport website for up to date information. Go to our COVID-19 webpage for the latest Council information.
The City of Parramatta recognises the importance of play in encouraging the physical, psychological and social development of children.
Across the City’s parks and reserves, Council aims to provide inclusive play opportunities for children of all ages and abilities.
There are currently 146 playgrounds spread throughout the City.
Playground equipment(Back to top)
Council plans to provide innovative, challenging and creative play equipment and play spaces which provide a variety of activities and types of play catering for a range of needs and abilities.
Fenced playgrounds(Back to top)
Playgrounds are only fenced if there is a potential hazard in the surrounding area for example busy road, car park or deep water.
Fenced playgrounds throughout the city may include:
- playgrounds immediately enclosed by a fence
- partially fenced which involves the larger park fully enclosed by a fence and/or boundary
- fencing alternatives such as plants and nature based elements may be used if appropriate
Community consultation(Back to top)
Community consultation is included in all park landscape improvement plans.
Residents living in the locality of the park have the chance to submit ideas and requests for the park, including playgrounds.