Springwood Town Centre upgrade

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A rejuvenation of Springwood Town Centre is happening later this year, thanks to the Western Parkland City Liveability Program*.

  • Three pedestrian crossings are being upgraded on Macquarie Street, between Raymond Rd and Rest Park. This is an opportunity to bring them up to Australian standards and make it easier and safer for pedestrians to access local shops and businesses. The upgrades will provide significant benefits for those in our community living with disability, and the people who care for them.
  • To define parking along Macquarie Street, we will be formalising the parking spaces by marking them out.
  • We will also be brightening up the busy town centre, with new street plantings including more crepe myrtles as well as new seating.

These works are in line with the Springwood Town Centre Masterplan which you can view here


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*Western Parkland City Liveability Program 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.

A rejuvenation of Springwood Town Centre is happening later this year, thanks to the Western Parkland City Liveability Program*.

  • Three pedestrian crossings are being upgraded on Macquarie Street, between Raymond Rd and Rest Park. This is an opportunity to bring them up to Australian standards and make it easier and safer for pedestrians to access local shops and businesses. The upgrades will provide significant benefits for those in our community living with disability, and the people who care for them.
  • To define parking along Macquarie Street, we will be formalising the parking spaces by marking them out.
  • We will also be brightening up the busy town centre, with new street plantings including more crepe myrtles as well as new seating.

These works are in line with the Springwood Town Centre Masterplan which you can view here


Read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Follow the project and stay informed, simply press the 'Subscribe' button to the right


*Western Parkland City Liveability Program 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.

  • When is this happening?

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    11 days ago

    Works are due to start in October, and will take up to 12 weeks to complete, depending on weather.

  • Will shops and business be open during construction?

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    11 days ago

    Yes. Although there will be some disruption to Macquarie Street, businesses and shops can stay open. We are doing everything we can to minimise the disruption so you will still be able to walk down the street, visit your favourite café and support local businesses.

    At different times, we may need to close parts of the road, but one lane of traffic will be open during the day to keep traffic moving. If the road needs to be closed for a significant period, it will be done out of normal business hours.

  • Will I still be able to access public transport?

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    11 days ago

    Yes. Things may look at little different during construction but you will still be able to access all public transport including the trains, buses and taxis. As much as possible, we will have signage to help you find your way around.

  • Where will I park?

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    11 days ago

    You can continue to park in the various carparks around Springwood Town Centre. There will be periods of reduced parking next to the pedestrian crossings that are being upgraded. This is only temporary and there will be no permanent loss of parking once the upgrades are complete.

  • How can I find out more about the construction and timeline?

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    11 days ago

    We will keep in touch with the business and shops in the Town Centre, as we have more details about how the construction will be staged.

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