Buttenshaw Park upgrade

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Proposed new play space at Buttenshaw Park, Springwood, featuring a double flying fox, group swing, and climbing structure.

Council adopts Buttenshaw Park Plan of Management and Masterplan

Council adopted the Buttenshaw Park Plan of Management and Masterplan at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 October, with the following alterations:

  • Events and activities are limited to 250 people at any one time
  • Outdoor small scale group activities or uses, private, commercial or community, such as yoga and fitness classes or weddings, are permitted. They must be without amplification or other noise generation.

The Plan of Management and Masterplan will guide the future management and development of the park.

Buttenshaw Park is one of our four district parks in the Blue Mountains receiving an upgrade thanks to the Western Sydney City Deal Liveability Program.
Now that the plans have been adopted, Council will go to tender with plans to upgrade the youth play space. This upgrade will create an inclusive youth play space with adventure activities for teenagers.

See the artist’s impressions

Download the play space map

Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions


This project will be funded under the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, which is part of the Western Sydney City Deal (WSCD). The WSCD is a 20 year-agreement between Australian and NSW governments, and the eight local Councils of the Western Parkland City.


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Council adopts Buttenshaw Park Plan of Management and Masterplan

Council adopted the Buttenshaw Park Plan of Management and Masterplan at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 26 October, with the following alterations:

  • Events and activities are limited to 250 people at any one time
  • Outdoor small scale group activities or uses, private, commercial or community, such as yoga and fitness classes or weddings, are permitted. They must be without amplification or other noise generation.

The Plan of Management and Masterplan will guide the future management and development of the park.

Buttenshaw Park is one of our four district parks in the Blue Mountains receiving an upgrade thanks to the Western Sydney City Deal Liveability Program.
Now that the plans have been adopted, Council will go to tender with plans to upgrade the youth play space. This upgrade will create an inclusive youth play space with adventure activities for teenagers.

See the artist’s impressions

Download the play space map

Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions


This project will be funded under the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, which is part of the Western Sydney City Deal (WSCD). The WSCD is a 20 year-agreement between Australian and NSW governments, and the eight local Councils of the Western Parkland City.


Stay informed - to keep up to date on what is happening, click ‘Subscribe’ in the Stay informed box.

Page last updated: 28 October 2021, 09:58