Planning for Ashfield Park

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Ashfield Park is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities. The park is used for training, gardening, walking, running, dog walking, playing and gathering.


What is happening now?

It is time to plan for its future use and maintenance. We want to know how you currently use the park and how you would like to use it. Your feedback will inform the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan.

Area covered by the plan. Click for a larger image


Why is this happening now?

In 2018 the State Government amended the Crown Lands Act. As a result, we need to update and adopt Plans of Management for all Crown Lands public open space. In November 2018, Council adopted an Inner West Open Space Areas Plan of Management Priorities list.


Recent upgrades

  • New lighting


What can you influence?

We have looked after this amazing open space. It's in a very good condition, the plan will focus on positioning the park as a community backyard.

Some of the planned works may include:

  • Improving footpaths and walkways
  • Improving way finding in and around the park
  • Creating opportunities for incidental play
  • Improving seating, gathering spaces and picnic facilities


Have your say

Tell us how you use Ashfield Park and how you would like to use it in the future

The last day to provide feedback is Monday 30 March 2020


Drop in sessions - CANCELLED as part of Inner West Council's Coronavirus response plan.

Come along to a drop in session in Ashfield Park next to the playground. Speak to the project team and share your ideas and comments.

  • Wednesday 18 March 11am-12.30pm
  • Saturday 21 March 4-5.30pm


What happens next?

Your feedback and input from other stakeholders will be used along with research and expert advice in the development of the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan. The plans will go on Public Exhibition in late 2020.

Ashfield Park is a well used multi purpose park with several facilities. The park is used for training, gardening, walking, running, dog walking, playing and gathering.


What is happening now?

It is time to plan for its future use and maintenance. We want to know how you currently use the park and how you would like to use it. Your feedback will inform the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan.

Area covered by the plan. Click for a larger image


Why is this happening now?

In 2018 the State Government amended the Crown Lands Act. As a result, we need to update and adopt Plans of Management for all Crown Lands public open space. In November 2018, Council adopted an Inner West Open Space Areas Plan of Management Priorities list.


Recent upgrades

  • New lighting


What can you influence?

We have looked after this amazing open space. It's in a very good condition, the plan will focus on positioning the park as a community backyard.

Some of the planned works may include:

  • Improving footpaths and walkways
  • Improving way finding in and around the park
  • Creating opportunities for incidental play
  • Improving seating, gathering spaces and picnic facilities


Have your say

Tell us how you use Ashfield Park and how you would like to use it in the future

The last day to provide feedback is Monday 30 March 2020


Drop in sessions - CANCELLED as part of Inner West Council's Coronavirus response plan.

Come along to a drop in session in Ashfield Park next to the playground. Speak to the project team and share your ideas and comments.

  • Wednesday 18 March 11am-12.30pm
  • Saturday 21 March 4-5.30pm


What happens next?

Your feedback and input from other stakeholders will be used along with research and expert advice in the development of the draft Plan of Management and Master Plan. The plans will go on Public Exhibition in late 2020.