The inaugural NAB RunWest will take place on Sunday 31 March.
It features a 12km run and a 4km Family Fun Run and Walk through iconic Western Sydney locations as well as live music, local sporting heroes and food trucks.
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 includes 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.
The NSW Government today announced Western Sydney is getting $20 million worth of additional
recreational facilities in the Western Sydney Parklands. Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton said
the Government’s economic management is allowing it to make these sorts of major investments and
keep delivering for Western Sydney.
The long days and warm weather make summer the perfect time to explore Sydney’s Biggest Backyard. From award-winning playgrounds to bushland trails, waterslides and weekend markets, the Parklands
has something to offer everyone through the holiday season. Summer opening hours for the Parklands
Construction has begun on an event venue in Western Sydney Parklands that will bring new business
into the community and more people into the park. Novella on the Park will focus on weddings,
birthdays and corporate functions and will include an adjoining café, Saluti by Novella,
specialising in Italian cuisine.
The future of Sydney’s biggest backyard is in the safe hands of a new generation of conservationists, thanks to a massive replanting and education program underway in Western Sydney Parklands.
Bringing Back the Bush is an ambitious initiative, funded by the Western Sydney Parklands Trust to restore the endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland, a unique ecosystem of plants and animals that once thrived in Western Sydney.
Two Western Sydney Parklands’ projects have been recognised at the highest level at last week’s
Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) Awards, with Bungarribee at Doonside winning a
coveted Award of Excellence and Southern Parklands Vision 2036 picking up a Landscape Architecture