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Chatswood Park Draft Master Plan

Based on community feedback collected during May and June this year, Council has developed a Draft Master Plan for the park. We welcome your feedback on the Draft Plan and invite you to comment by the 16th February 2018.

A copy of the draft Master Plan is available on the Council website and can be viewed at:

  • Document Library - online
  • Council Administration Centre, 31 Victor St Chatswood,
  • Chatswood Library, The Concourse, Victoria Avenue, Chatswood.

The Draft Master Plan includes the following improvements:

  • Improved entries from surrounding streets,
  • An accessible circuit path around the oval,
  • An upgraded skate park and children’s playground,
  • Provision of more fitness equipment,
  • Shade shelter over the southern seating terraces,
  • Removal of the Cedric Pike stand,
  • New maintenance shed in the south-west corner of the park; and
  • Removal of the two cricket practice nets.

Please note, upgrade works to Chatswood Park playground are due to commence in February 2018. This is as per the Playground Asset Management Plan. To view the approved plan please click here.

Your feedback is important to us and we welcome your participation.

Please Have Your Say by leaving your comments in the survey below.

Based on community feedback collected during May and June this year, Council has developed a Draft Master Plan for the park. We welcome your feedback on the Draft Plan and invite you to comment by the 16th February 2018.

A copy of the draft Master Plan is available on the Council website and can be viewed at:

  • Document Library - online
  • Council Administration Centre, 31 Victor St Chatswood,
  • Chatswood Library, The Concourse, Victoria Avenue, Chatswood.

The Draft Master Plan includes the following improvements:

  • Improved entries from surrounding streets,
  • An accessible circuit path around the oval,
  • An upgraded skate park and children’s playground,
  • Provision of more fitness equipment,
  • Shade shelter over the southern seating terraces,
  • Removal of the Cedric Pike stand,
  • New maintenance shed in the south-west corner of the park; and
  • Removal of the two cricket practice nets.

Please note, upgrade works to Chatswood Park playground are due to commence in February 2018. This is as per the Playground Asset Management Plan. To view the approved plan please click here.

Your feedback is important to us and we welcome your participation.

Please Have Your Say by leaving your comments in the survey below.

Chatswood Park Draft Master Plan feedback

Please let us know your thoughts about the Chatswood Park Draft Master Plan. 

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Did you participate in the first round of consultation for the Chatswood Park Master Plan which took place in May/June 2017? * required
Have you read the Chatswood Park Draft Master Plan? (It is available to read in the 'library' section of this page) * required

Do you agree with the following proposals included in the Draft Master Plan:

The accessible circuit path around the oval. Perimeter walking paths are highly used for easy exercise and leisure for a wide cross section of the community. * required
Improved entries to the park from surrounding streets. Connecting safe paths across surrounding roadways help access to the park for the community. * required
An upgrade of the existing skate park. The skate park is a highly used facility for young people and is ready for a renovation. * required
The provision of more fitness equipment. Outdoor gym and fitness equipment are popular and have been requested by many in the community for targeted exercise. * required
The proposed shade shelter over the southern seating terraces. The former Chatswood Railway Station roof supports will be recycled to form a sun shelter over the southern terrace seating. * required
The removal of the Cedric Pike stand. The stand is surplus to needs by the sports clubs and its removal will improve accessibility around the park and under the railway line to the croquet greens and tennis courts. * required
The removal of the two cricket practice nets. The nets are undersized and impact on the perimeter path for pedestrians and cyclists. * required