Great public spaces
25 March 2022
Pop on your skates and get ready to bust a move under the stars, because one of the nation’s most nostalgic pastimes is making a return to the heart of Sydney's CBD.
24 February 2022
A $5.67 million redevelopment of Broken Hill’s Line of Lode Reserve has commenced to boost the appeal of the landmark as a tourist attraction for the Silver City.
11 February 2022
Building homes and supporting jobs in the construction, retail and hospitality sectors are at the centre of the latest tranche of regulatory relief helping NSW business get to the other side of the Omicron outbreak.
24 December 2021
The NSW Government has finalised a new plan for Frenchs Forest that will focus on new homes, jobs, open spaces and infrastructure.
16 December 2021
Live music and performances in NSW will be given a boost, with a new pilot program that will support councils to establish special entertainment precincts.
13 December 2021
More inclusive playspaces will be rolled out across the state, with $4 million to be shared between 29 councils in the fourth and final round of the NSW Government’s Everyone Can Play program.
4 November 2021
NSW is set for an outdoor renaissance this summer, with the Government providing $50 million in new and improved parks and public spaces.
29 October 2021
Streets across the state will be bursting with culture, flavours, music and laughter under a proposal to permanently slash red tape to allow more live music, arts venues and artisan food and drink businesses.
14 October 2021
The streets of NSW will come alive post-lockdown, thanks to a raft of initiatives and $66 million in funding that will see alfresco dining, outdoor activations and events return.
20 September 2021
The NSW Government’s proposal to breathe new life into old assets and open Peat Island to the public, while also revitalising Mooney Mooney with new housing, community facilities and job opportunities, has been released.
19 July 2021
Glenfield will soon be home to 43 hectares of new parkland, including walking and cycling bushland trials and playspaces, on the banks of the Georges River as part of a program to rejuvenate public space in Greater Sydney.
3 June 2021
Communities across the state will share in $250 million worth of funding to create a legacy of green and accessible public spaces as part of a program that is the first of its kind in NSW.