Waratah Park Sutherland Masterplan

Drone view of Waratah Park

Consultation Period: 22 September to 3 November 2021

About the Waratah Park Masterplan

Sutherland Shire Council and landscape architects, Phillips Marler have prepared a draft Masterplan for Waratah Park in Sutherland to guide its future use and development.

Waratah Park includes Sutherland Leisure Centre, Sutherland Basketball Stadium, Sylvanvale Garden House, Bee Garden Museum and Education Centre, tennis courts, athletics field, baseball diamonds and sporting fields, cycling criterium track, mountain bike track, and bushland.

Over the past 12 months, Council has consulted with key community representatives about how the space is used and potential improvements. Council’s objective is to deliver a Masterplan that will:

• Expand and develop the identity of Waratah Park site as a Sports Park

• Create a diverse and sustainable parkland

The Masterplan is a long-term planning document which provides a coordinated approach for the way open space is improved into the future and will inform a Plan of Management for Waratah Park.


What's changing?

We are proposing to expand pedestrian and cycling facilities, create an all-abilities playground, enhance our sports fields and facilities, preserve the beautiful natural environment and create new recreational areas.


Have your say today about our vision for Waratah Park

Help Council ensure the draft Masterplan meets the needs of our community by providing your feedback from now until Wednesday 3 November 2021.

Review the draft plan in the document library and submit your feedback via:

  • Online by providing feedback in the below form or
  • In writing to Waratah Park Masterplan, Project Services, Sutherland Shire Council, Locked Bag 17, Sutherland 1499.


For More Information

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this project please contact Project Services Team at ssc@ssc.nsw.gov.au or 02 9710 0333.


Register for an information session

If you would like to attend an online information session about the Masterplan in late October, please register your expression of interest by providing your contact details into the feedback form below or by emailing engagement@ssc.nsw.gov.au.


Consultation Period: 22 September to 3 November 2021

About the Waratah Park Masterplan

Sutherland Shire Council and landscape architects, Phillips Marler have prepared a draft Masterplan for Waratah Park in Sutherland to guide its future use and development.

Waratah Park includes Sutherland Leisure Centre, Sutherland Basketball Stadium, Sylvanvale Garden House, Bee Garden Museum and Education Centre, tennis courts, athletics field, baseball diamonds and sporting fields, cycling criterium track, mountain bike track, and bushland.

Over the past 12 months, Council has consulted with key community representatives about how the space is used and potential improvements. Council’s objective is to deliver a Masterplan that will:

• Expand and develop the identity of Waratah Park site as a Sports Park

• Create a diverse and sustainable parkland

The Masterplan is a long-term planning document which provides a coordinated approach for the way open space is improved into the future and will inform a Plan of Management for Waratah Park.


What's changing?

We are proposing to expand pedestrian and cycling facilities, create an all-abilities playground, enhance our sports fields and facilities, preserve the beautiful natural environment and create new recreational areas.


Have your say today about our vision for Waratah Park

Help Council ensure the draft Masterplan meets the needs of our community by providing your feedback from now until Wednesday 3 November 2021.

Review the draft plan in the document library and submit your feedback via:

  • Online by providing feedback in the below form or
  • In writing to Waratah Park Masterplan, Project Services, Sutherland Shire Council, Locked Bag 17, Sutherland 1499.


For More Information

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this project please contact Project Services Team at ssc@ssc.nsw.gov.au or 02 9710 0333.


Register for an information session

If you would like to attend an online information session about the Masterplan in late October, please register your expression of interest by providing your contact details into the feedback form below or by emailing engagement@ssc.nsw.gov.au.


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