Penrith City Council is delivering a multi-million-dollar upgrade to transform Cook Park into a high-quality sport and recreation precinct.

The development of Cook Park is critical to the strategic transformation of St Marys and the Penrith Local Government Area. It was prioritised as a major project in the Penrith Sport and Recreation Strategy.

Upgraded football facilities are a key feature of the project including a new synthetic playing surface, resurfacing three additional fields with natural turf, a new amenities building, grandstand refurbishment, floodlighting, pathway connections and seating.

The precinct will be further improved with Bill Ball Oval playing surface and sporting infrastructure upgrades, more car parking, playspace upgrades, pathway connections, lighting, new public toilets, tree planting, and landscaping. New toilets will also be constructed including Changing Places facilities.

This project is funded through the NSW Government’s Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program ($19.12 million) and the Australian Government's Priority Community Infrastructure Program ($8.5 million), in partnership with Council.

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