Living Here

Sports and Outdoor Lifestyle

sports and outdoor

Space for everyone

Each home at The New Rouse Hill is located within walking distance of open space. When complete, approximately 32 hectares of open space will be provided for you to enjoy, including walking and cycling trails, an all abilities playground and bbq and picnic spots.

Iron Bark Ridge Park includes bbq and seating facilities and outdoor learning and recreation spaces which function as open air classrooms and meeting venues for local schools and community groups.

Located within the Mungerie Precinct, the Mungerie Playground is an all abilities playground specially designed for children of varying ages and abilities. A unique feature of the playground is the oversized python sculptures that snake their way through the play equipment, which includes a climbing pyramid, cubby house, sandpits and water pump.

Caddies Creek meanders through the middle of The New Rouse Hill, a network of walking and cycling trails and a series of bridges will connect picnic spots, open spaces and lookouts, and provide linkages throughout the community.

When complete, The Mungerie Paddock will stretch across 7500m2 of green open space, connecting to Caddies Creek. As well as providing open space and grassed kick around areas, The Paddock will incorporate wetlands as part of The New Rouse Hill’s Water Sensitive Urban Design program.

Neighbourhood parks are located throughout The New Rouse Hill. Residents are already able to enjoy Magnolia Park, and the bbq facilities and playground within the leafy Melaleuca Park.

The recently opened Caddies Creek Reserve spans 1.7km from Sanctuary Drive to Commercial Rd, and it is $7M regeneration program includes the planting of over 17,000 shrubs and trees, two bridges crossing the creek, picnic facilities and a unique playground that includes a giant swing, water pump and Aeroskate skateboard simulator.