Set in the heart of Western Sydney, Western Sydney Parklands is a place for people of all backgrounds to meet, celebrate, learn, play, exercise and appreciate our beautiful natural environment.
Entry to our many Parklands sites is free and we are open every day of the year!
Set across Blacktown, Liverpool and Fairfield local government areas, the Parklands include extensive walking and cycling tracks, award-winning playgrounds, world-class sporting and recreation venues, urban farms, a mountain bike trail and fantastic event spaces.
Covering 5280 hectares, it stretches 27 kilometres from Quakers Hill in the north to Leppington in the south.
This huge green corridor is part of a long-term vision by the NSW Government for contemporary urban living in Western Sydney.
Western Sydney Parklands and its consultants have scooped three awards in the prestigious 2019 AILA
NSW Landscape Architecture Awards The annual awards recognised winners from over 13 categories,
celebrating leading projects of all sizes across Australia’s regional and metropolitan areas.
We’re proud to have been able to donate images of the Parklands to the Blacktown & Mount
Druitt Hospitals Expansion Project. We chose several of our most stunning and tranquil photographs,
to showcase the natural beauty and serene qualities of our Parklands.
If you need some extra inspiration to get off the couch (and your phone) and into the great outdoors
during the cooler months – here’s our top tips for staying warm and active in Sydney’s Biggest
Backyard this Winter.
Steam Ahead, an interactive art and science extravaganza for kids (and grown-ups) is set to take
over Bungarribee Park in Western Sydney Parklands (Sydney’s Biggest Backyard) on the weekend of 25
and 26 May. Giant roving creatures, interactive installations, games, workshops, discussions &
demonstrations will be free for families to enjoy.
We’re continuously working to make Bungarribee Park even better! The work that’s underway right
now will be ready for visitors to enjoy before too long. It includes longer cycling and walking
tracks, larger picnic areas, new play areas, more shade trees and a bigger car park.
The inaugural RunWest festival at the Parklands saw thousands of people of all ages and abilities
walk, jog and run the 4km or 12km course. As well as promoting healthy lifestyles, RunWest
celebrated the lively Western Sydney community and its many cultures.