Penrith City Council is transforming Trinity Drive Reserve in Cambridge Gardens with an upgrade to the existing junior playspace and a new mixed recreation space. The design concepts for both spaces were finalised at the end of 2021. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback about these projects during the consultation process.

Junior Playspace Upgrade

The existing junior playspace is located adjacent to Wattle Glenn Children's Centre and Rainbow Cottage Children's Centre. The playspace upgrade will be designed for children aged 0-8 years old and their families. It will include new play equipment, shade sails, trees, accessible seating, a new accessible pathway and landscaping.

What is not possible in the upgrade?
  • water playground or splash pad
  • new location within reserve
How is the project being funded?

Council will be funding the junior playspace upgrade through the Parks Asset Renewal Program in partnership with the NSW Government through the Everyone Can Play Grant program.

Can I see the final design concept?

You can view the final design concept here.

Mixed Recreation Space

A new mixed recreation space will be constructed adjacent to Cambridge Gardens Public School. Council officers co-designed the space with residents in November 2018. It will be designed for young residents aged 8+ years old and will include a skate park and pump track, parkour features, a climbing wall, flying fox, basket swing, accessible trampoline and spinner, and social spaces.

How is the project being funded?

Council will be funding the new mixed recreation space through the Parks Asset Renewal Program in partnership with the NSW Government through the Clubgrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants program and the Everyone Can Play Grant program.

Can I see the final design concept?

You can view the final design concept here.