Greystanes Skate Park

The report listed for the Council Meeting on Wednesday 18 December 2019 regarding the feasibility of Gipps Road Sporting Complex as a potential site for a skate facility was deferred. The matter has been rescheduled for the Council Meeting on Wednesday 5 February 2020. The report is available here. More information about Council meetings, including addressing Council, can be found at by clicking here.


In August 2017, Council resolved to build a skate park in Bathurst Street Park, Greystanes. This resolution was contingent on Council receiving a $50,000 Community Building Partnership Grant. However, Council’s grant application was unsuccessful and the determination has now lapsed.

With this lapse and recent changes to Bathurst Street Park, including the addition of new soccer fields, Council considered it prudent to investigate an alternative site and had added Darling Street to the options for the proposed Skate Park.

In light of the changed conditions, Council re-engaged with the community on the proposed location of Greystanes Skate Park.

Following this consultation, a final recommendation will be made to Council based on community feedback.

Consultation has now concluded. An engagement summary report can be found in the documents library. For further information please contact linda.wright@cumberland.nsw.gov.au.

The report listed for the Council Meeting on Wednesday 18 December 2019 regarding the feasibility of Gipps Road Sporting Complex as a potential site for a skate facility was deferred. The matter has been rescheduled for the Council Meeting on Wednesday 5 February 2020. The report is available here. More information about Council meetings, including addressing Council, can be found at by clicking here.


In August 2017, Council resolved to build a skate park in Bathurst Street Park, Greystanes. This resolution was contingent on Council receiving a $50,000 Community Building Partnership Grant. However, Council’s grant application was unsuccessful and the determination has now lapsed.

With this lapse and recent changes to Bathurst Street Park, including the addition of new soccer fields, Council considered it prudent to investigate an alternative site and had added Darling Street to the options for the proposed Skate Park.

In light of the changed conditions, Council re-engaged with the community on the proposed location of Greystanes Skate Park.

Following this consultation, a final recommendation will be made to Council based on community feedback.

Consultation has now concluded. An engagement summary report can be found in the documents library. For further information please contact linda.wright@cumberland.nsw.gov.au.

  • Greystanes Skate Park - Community Forum - News Update

    11 months ago

    The March 6 Meeting, Council resolved to:

    1. Defer the matter pending a further report to Council on the feasibility of establishing a Skate Park in Gipps Rd Park, and that the Skate Park be incorporated into Council’s Open Space and Recreation Strategy.

    2. Receive a briefing from the facilitator of the community forum which was held on 10 November 2018.


    The March 6 Meeting, Council resolved to:

    1. Defer the matter pending a further report to Council on the feasibility of establishing a Skate Park in Gipps Rd Park, and that the Skate Park be incorporated into Council’s Open Space and Recreation Strategy.

    2. Receive a briefing from the facilitator of the community forum which was held on 10 November 2018.