Foreshore Parklands

Our place to connect

Woolooware Bay’s Foreshore Parklands will provide vibrant recreation places for residents and the wider community. This vast expanse of greenery will include a shared pedestrian/cycle path, mangrove boardwalk, barbeque facilities, picnic areas, outdoor fitness zones and public art to add colour and vibrancy.

An interpretative educational trail will highlight the importance of the natural ecosystems adjacent, such as the Towra Point Nature Reserve. The site’s shared pedestrian/cycleway will link in with the existing neighbourhood shared path systems such as the Taren Point to Kurnell cycle path and wider Botany Bay Trail.

A new ‘Eco Spine’ located between the stadium and residential buildings will serve as a pedestrian link and provide further spaces for residents to explore and enjoy.

Just imagine; a new inclusive playground for children of all ages and abilities will be created in collaboration with the Touched by Olivia Foundation. The Foundation believes that all children can lead healthier and happier lives, and the mission is to advocate for an inclusive society, connected by play through the national network of inclusive play-spaces.

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