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There are parks aplenty at Jordan Springs!

Did you know that having access to a local park can provide you with a multitude of benefits?

From boosting your mental wellbeing, right through to giving you space and opportunities to mingle with your local community, it's easy to see why the young and young-at-heart benefit from living near parks and green spaces.

When you call Jordan Springs home, there are parks aplenty to enjoy – each with something unique to offer.

Livvi’s Place

For those that have had the pleasure of attending our Meet Your Neighbour events, you’re probably already familiar with Livvi’s Place – an all-abilities playground designed for everyone in the community to enjoy.

Aside from its unique and inclusive playscapes, residents of all ages can enjoy the park’s close proximity to nature – with electric barbeques, shaded picnic tables, manicured gardens and shady trees.

With a 40 space carpark onsite, Livvi’s Place – located on the corner of Northern Road and Greenwood Parkway - is the perfect park for your next celebration!

Park Features

• Fully fenced all abilities playground
• Water play area and see-saw
• Climbing wall and mound slide with ramp
• Swings including accessible swing
• Climbing structure
• Accessible carousel
• Accessible sand play
• Spinners and rockers
• Play stage
• In-ground trampolines
• Basketball half court
• Rugby / soccer field
• Toilets
• BBQs and shade facilities
• Car parking


Melaleuca Lake and Park

Melaleuca Lake and Park is a peaceful pocket of the community for residents to enjoy a low-impact stroll! If you’ve got little ones in tow, rest assured there’s plenty for them to enjoy in the playground as well.

Soak up the best that nature has to offer by visiting Melaleuca Lake and Park on Callistemon Circuit.

Park Features

• 800 metre walking track around the lake
• Bicycle parking
• Shaded picnic tables
• In-ground trampolines
• Swings
• Climbing fort and slippery dip
• Slippery dip
• Water play pump
• Stepping stones


Brick Kiln Park

Head to Brick Kiln Park in Jordan Springs East for an explorative play session with the kids! Paying homage to the history of the area, there’s plenty to see, do and explore, with climbing structures, walking tracks, multi swings and more!

You’ll find this gem on Armoury Road.

Park Features

• Kick about lawns
• Walking tracks
• Climbing Structure
• Multi Swings
• Balance Beams
• Sheltered picnic tables and BBQ
• See-saw
• Carousel
• Bubblers


Village Oval

Got a sporting fan on your hands? Pack up the bat and ball and head down to the Village Oval! If cricket, soccer, rugby or AFL is not your jam, test out your strength on the gym equipment or get the kids pedaling on the Learn to Ride track.

There truly is something for everyone at Village Oval – located on the corner of Greenwood Parkway and Alinta Promenade near the Jordan Springs Public School.

• Premium grade sporting field (cricket or double soccer)
• Cricket wicket
• Large amenities building with toilets, change rooms and canteen
• Small and Large off-leash dog parks
• Two car parks
• Learn to Ride track
• Sheltered picnic tables
• Barbeques
• Gym equipment
• Basketball and netball courts
• Multi-use games court
• Parkour


Jordan Springs Lake

The park located at the Jordan Springs Lake is perfect for young families wanting to run around and soak up the sunshine after a spot of shopping at the nearby Shopping Centre. For the adults, work up a sweat at the various gym stations while the kids run wild on the Pirate Ship.

If you’re catching up with out-of-town friends, be sure to meet up with them at the Jordan Springs Lake Park, where friends and family can gather on the open piers and multiple lawn spaces while looking over the water.

You’ll find this gorgeous park on the corner of Jordan Springs Boulevard and Lakeside Parade.

Park Features

• 800 metre walking track
• Gym equipment
• Fully fenced climbing playground
• Piers for casual use
• Sheltered picnic areas and barbeques
• Reclining deck chairs and hammock
• Kickabout lawns


Edge Pocket Park

With a cubby, basket swing and slippery dip, Edge Pocket Park is a favourite with Jordan Springs little ones. Test their balance on the see-saw and slippery dip, or go for a more relaxing day out by enjoying the barbecue and undercover picnic area.

Edge Pocket Park is on the corner of Tedbury Road and Epaulet Crescent.

Park Features

• Large open lawn
• BBQ & undercover picnic area
• Basket swing
• Slippery dip
• See-saw
• Balance beams
• Single and double rockers
• Cubby


Watergum Park

Got a young adventurer at home? If so, you can’t go past the flying fox, see-saw and climbing structure set up at Watergum Park. Once they’ve climbed until their heart is content, kick back and relax with a bite to eat at the sheltered picnic table area.

Watergum Park is positioned on Watergum Drive in the west of Jordan Springs.

Park Features

• Flying fox
• Climbing structure
• See-saw
• Single and double rockers
• Swings
• Basket swing
• Kickabout lawn
• Sheltered picnic tables


Illoura Park

Located on Illoura Way and Tengala Drive, this park is home to one of the most coveted pieces of play equipment in Jordan Springs – The Tower. This piece of playground has everything a little one could desire – hidey-holes, a climbing wall and net, and of course, a big, twisty slide.

There are also shady spaces for parents to supervise their little ones, and barbecues for cooking up a storm at your next birthday party or social gathering.

Park Features
• Tower structure
• Twisting tube slide
• Climbing wall
• Climbing Net
• Hidey holes
• Sand pit
• Sheltered picnic tables
• Barbeque

Regional Open Space (construction is scheduled to commence in 2024)

Exciting steps are happening to bring the Regional Open Space to life in our local community.

Designed in consultation with students from Jordan Springs Public School and local First Nations group, the Darug Custodians, the space will feature several premium quality sporting fields, district amenities building, netball courts and an adventure playground. One of the most notable features will be cultural spaces planned for the precinct, providing space for first nations to pass down stories of culture, history and Country for future generations.