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Kings Park Concept Design

Consultation closed on 25 November 2018

Last year, during the Stage 2 community consultation for Kings Park (former Denistone East Bowling Club site), you told us you would like to see a play area for kids, opportunities for active recreation and sport, greenery, accessible paths and shaded areas for relaxing in the park.  Council has now developed a concept design for Kings Park based on your feedback.

The concept design includes a new playground for kids with a shade sail, multi-court, open kick about spaces, new paths, seating, a covered community area and additional trees and shrubs.

We would like to hear your thoughts on the concept design for Kings Park.




Denistone East Bowling Club - Stage 2 Community Consultation Outcome

During Stage 2 (now complete), Council presented options for the site for you to consider. In developing these options Council considered the community feedback from Stage 1, site and location constraints, and traffic and parking implications. 

The result of the Stage 2 consultation found that the below option was the most preferred option for both passive and active open spaces. The key reasons in support of this option were that it provided recreation space to the whole community including children, families and young people as well as older people, has minimal traffic and parking impacts, is in keeping with the area, provides a benefit to Denistone East Public School, and will be a meeting place for the community.


The concept design for Kings Park has been developed based on the feedback from the Stage 2 community consultation.

Latest Updates

Construction has now started

Published on 24 January 2020

Construction is underway to complete a major upgrade to Kings Park in East Denistone, which once completed will provide the community with a brand new state-of-the-art open space in the City of Ryde.

The works are expected to take around six months with the new Kings Park set to open to the public in July this year (weather permitting).


Photo of construction underway at Kings Park

Council Resolution 26 February 2019

Published on 26 March 2019

At its meeting held on Tuesday 26 February 2019, Council resolved to endorse the revised Kings Park Masterplan,  including an accessible modest toilet.

Click here to view the Report to the Works and Community Committee.

Click here to view the Minutes from the Council meeting. 

Next Steps

Funding for this project has been allocated in Council’s Delivery Plan and reconstruction of the park will commence in the 2019/2020 financial year. Notification will be issued to affected residents prior to any construction works.


Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 26 November 2018

The Kings Park Concept Design community consultation is now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 5 November 2018

The Kings Park Concept Design community consultation is currently open for feedback until Sunday 25 November 2018.

Have Your Say

You can have your say on the concept design for Kings Park in a number of ways including online or at one of the community events. The face-to-face events will be a great chance to view the concept design, provide your feedback and ask any question you may have. 

Interactive Mapping Tool

Use the interactive map here to tell us what your favourite features in the concept design are, and any changes you would like to see. If you are unable to fill in this map, please contact Council's Customer Service team on 9952 8222 who will assist you over the phone. Submissions will be received up until Sunday 25 November 2018.

Community Drop-in Sessions 

Date    Wednesday 14 November 2018
Time    Anytime between 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Date    Saturday 17 November 2018
Time    Anytime between 10.00am - 12.00noon

Where  Bottom lawn, Kings Park, Kings Rd & Salter Cres, Denistone East


Past Have Your Say

Click here for more information about the Denistone Bowling Club site consultation.

Last updated on 26 November 2018