Greater Sydney Parklands invites you to share your ideas on plans for a new public park and golf offer within Moore Park.

The proposal by the NSW Government will transform 20 hectares of Moore Park South into green open space for community recreation in one of the densest parts of the city. This decision responds to the needs of the growing communities surrounding Moore Park.

The community is now being asked to share views on how they would like to use the new park and how the existing golf offering at Moore Park could be reimagined.

Consultation will be open until 10 April 2024.

Future of Moore Park South Discussion Paper

The Discussion Paper released by the NSW Government outlines the decision to transform an area on the western side of Moore Park Golf Course on the north of Dacey Avenue to public open space while retaining the 9-hole golf course, driving range and clubhouse.

Read the Discussion Paper here.

We want to hear from you

The NSW Government has asked Greater Sydney Parklands to consult with the community and stakeholders about the ideas and considerations outlined in the Discussion Paper.

We want your views on what you would like to see and do in the new parkland, opportunities to reimagine golf at Moore Park South, and any other ideas or barriers you identify.

Understanding what is important to you will help shape the new park and golf offer.

How to have your say

We’ve made it easy to provide feedback on the Discussion Paper. You can:

Upcoming pop-up sessions

Date Time Location
Sat 09 Mar 10am to 12:30pm Moore Park Golf
Sat 09 Mar 2pm to 4:30pm Bat and Ball Field, Moore Park
Sun 10 Mar 10am to 12:30pm Mount Steel, Moore Park
Sun 10 Mar 2pm to 4:30pm Queens Park
Sat 16 Mar 10am to 12:30pm Green Square Plaza
Sat 16 Mar 2pm to 4:30pm Joynton Park
Sat 23 Mar 10am to 12:30pm Crystal Street, near Coles Waterloo
Sat 23 Mar 2pm to 4:30pm Kokoda Park, Kensington
This is a map of the pop up location for Moore Park South Consultation
Map of the pop-up sessions locations

We will also be meeting with nearby councils, as well as community stakeholder groups and golfing groups to seek their feedback.

Share your ideas by 10 April 2024.

A ‘What we heard’ report will be published later this year. All submissions received will be made publicly available. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.

We look forward to hearing from you on the future of Moore Park South.

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