What consultation has happened so far?

In 2015 a review of the Artarmon Reserve Master Plan was undertaken with wide community consultation undertaken. This identified improvements to the quality of open space in Artarmon are required to better meet the community needs and expectations.

A number of key themes emerged through the Artarmon Reserve consultation and we are now looking to explore these further, along with any other ideas you may like to raise. Key themes so far include more opportunities for play, a skate ramp, a scooter/bike track, exercise stations, and passive recreation opportunities. 


What community facilities exist within 2.5 km of Artarmon Bowling Club site?

Artarmon is serviced by a number of Council provided multipurpose community facilities that are not presently being utilised to their full capacity. Please refer to the Map of Community Facilities for a full list nearby Community facilities and their current capacity use.The map below shows a list of Council facilities includes libraries and community centres within a 2.5 km radius of Artarmon building.Willoughby City Council providers a number of community facilities surrounding the Artarmon area which provide a range of community services:Artarmon Library - community library, meeting rooms, community groups meeting space139 Artarmon Hall - Exercise classes and community general hireNaremburn Library - community library, meeting rooms, community groups meeting spaceNorthbridge Library - community library, meeting rooms, community groups meeting spaceArtist Studio - residential artist studioWarners Park Centre - general community hire, before and after child care, bush careBales Park Pavilion - general community hire Willoughby Park Art & Recreation Centre - offering a variety of art and recreational activities for adults and childrenWilloughby Men’s ShedFormer Northbridge Bowling Club –  proposal underway for future community use

What happens next?

Your feedback is important and will be incorporated into a draft Artarmon Reserve Master plan. Feedback from the community will form the basis of a draft Artarmon Reserve Master Plan. This draft Plan will be exhibited for further public feedback, before a report to Council.

Residents affected by the changes will receive a letter with information about the changes.