Meadowbank Park Outdoor Youth and Family Recreation Space

Submissions closed on 14 August 2017, 11:59 PM


For the latest project update please see Latest Updates below. 

As part of the City of Ryde's commitment to social inclusion and the health and wellbeing of the community, Council is installing a multi-use skate and family space to create a family focused area for all to enjoy.

This space will be one where kids and adults of all ages can either individually or together play, teach and learn how to be active all in the one space. The potential of this space presents a great opportunity for recreation and active community use. 

Meadowbank Park has been chosen as the preferred location and a concept design has been developed. Council would now like to hear your comments on the concept design of the new space.

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View the full concept design images here(PDF, 7MB)

The City of Ryde have engaged Convic, leaders in youth space and skate park design, to undertake consultation and would like to hear from you. Please see below how you and your family can Have a Say on this project. 


You can Have Your Say on the concept design for the multi-use skate and family space in a number of ways including online or at one of the community events. 

Online Survey

The survey will be open between Tuesday 18 July and Monday 14 August 2017. If you are unable to fill in this survey online or don’t have access, please contact our Customer Service Team on 9952 8222 who will send you a paper copy of the survey. Survey responses will be received up until 11.59pm on Monday 14 August 2017.

The online survey is now closed.

Drop-in Sessions

Weeknight Drop-in Session
Date: Wednesday 2 August 2017
Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Where: Meadowbank Park Tennis Club
Join us for tea and coffee

Weekend Drop-in Session
Date: Saturday 5 August 2017
Time: 10.00am - 3.00pm
Where: Meadowbank Park
Join us for a sausage sizzle, ping pong and skate a mini half pipe.

Next Steps

Once all the final changes are made to the concept design the project will go out to tender. This will include detailed design and construction.

City of Ryde is aiming to go to tender at the end of this year and start construction in 2018.