Living Here

Parks and Recreation



Having an active and healthy lifestyle is easy to achieve at Jordan Springs.


Upon completion, the community will have a total of 17 ha of open space, including parks, sports ovals, playgrounds and barbeque areas. Jordan Springs has been designed to minimise traffic, with an integrated network of walking and cycle paths throughout the community and easy access to public transport.

The Village Centre Lake is now open and suitable for water activities such as kayaking and canoeing. A second lake has recently commenced construction; both will be circled by walking paths and parklands.

A 2.5ha Northern Road Oval includes a modified league field, all abilities playground, hard court, picnic and BBQ facilities and parking for 40 cars. A second 5.5ha Village Oval is to be built and will include two playing fields, hard courts, learn to ride circuit, dog park, full amenities building and parking for 80 cars.

Jordan Springs is also privileged to be surrounded by the beautiful Wianamatta Regional Park which after 50 years of being closed to the public will open its gates on the 5th of November with the opening of the Eastern Visitors Centre. Future access points and activation zones are currently in planning.

Lendlease hands Wianamatta Regional Park over future public use, read more.

For more information on Wianamatta Regional Park, click here.

There are a number of other recreation areas planned for Jordan Springs East including sporting fields, run about areas and an adventure playground. Further plans will be shared with residents in the new year.

Livvi's Place is now open!

Livvi’s Place is the first Touched by Olivia inclusive play space to be built by Lendlease where the children can come together and play. The design of the playground ensures that children can safely challenge themselves, socialise and learn from each other and enjoy time with their families. By combining a rock climbing wall, a water play area, sandpit and a variety of play equipment, Livvi’s Place completes the Northern Road Oval parklands.