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Live close to the action when you call Jordan Springs home!

There is so much to see and do when you call Jordan Springs home.

Located just seven kilometres from Penrith’s city centre, Jordan Springs is part of the thriving Western Sydney region.

Both Penrith and Western Sydney are going through an exciting transformational period, with local councils and private developers investing in the reinvention of the region. From new entertainment precincts through to rejuvenated green spaces, there has never been a better time And while everything you could ever want – or need – is already on your doorstep, it’s fantastic to see the area be revolutionised even further.

We explore some of the exciting developments and infrastructure coming soon to Jordan Springs and its surrounding suburbs.

  1. Brooks Tavern – opening February 2023


Great news - the Jordan Springs Tavern will be opening in early February 2023. We’ll cheers to that!

Once complete, the Tavern will feature a bistro, outdoor gardens, shaded kids play area and provide dozens of local workers with employment.

The architecture pays homage to a barn-style aesthetic, with a high timber ceiling and sandstone fireplace.

Developed by the Laundy Group – the people behind the much-loved Log Cabin – the Brooks Tavern will provide residents with a family-friendly atmosphere to catch up with loved ones and delicious meals for an affordable price.

Follow the tavern on Facebook here for more updates, or visit their website for employment opportunities.

  1. The St Marys Central Park and Entertainment area – opening end of 2023


St Marys – a 12-minute drive from Jordan Springs – will soon be home to a $21 million park and entertainment precinct. Once complete, the project will be a central meeting place for the community to gather and meet, with a large central lawn, an outdoor performance stage and public artwork. It will also connect Queen Street, Lang and Kokoda Parks, and Ripples to local shopping precincts that will help bolster both day and night-time local economies.

Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen said that Penrith is undergoing its biggest transformation to date, with St Marys “evolving into a significant strategic centre within the region”.

  1. Western Sydney Lakes


Undoubtedly one of the biggest projects earmarked for the region is the Western Sydney Lakes, which will be home to public lakes, beaches, waterside dining, luxury retail outlets, a two-storey iconic pavilion surrounded by a pier, boardwalk and more.

Estimated to be the size of Centennial Parklands, the New South Wales Government is estimating that the development will create 5,000 direct jobs and a further 10,000 indirect jobs.

While a completion date has not been set as of yet, it’s safe to say residents are excited to see the site transform into a comprehensive work, play and relaxation destination.