Planning for King George Park

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King George Park is one of the Inner West’s most popular sporting grounds used throughout the year by thousands of local football juniors. It is loved by the broader community for recreational use as part of the Bay Run.

It is time to plan for its future.

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Community feedback will be combined with input from other stakeholders and expert advice to draft a Plan of Management and Masterplan. These documents will guide the park’s use, facilities, and improvements over the next 10 years.


What's included in this project?

View the area covered by the plan (28.4MB, pdf)

Sporting facilities at this park include:

  • Athletics (summer sport)
  • Women's 6-a-side soccer (summer sport)
  • Rugby League (winter sport)
  • Football / Soccer (winter sport)
  • Commercial Fitness Training
  • Floodlighting
  • Canteen

General facilities include:

  • Access to the Iron Cove Bay Run
  • Access to Callan Point and beach area (Not Council managed)
  • Indigenous Art Work
  • Sydney Water Pumping Station (Heritage Item-not Council)
  • Bush care sites boarding Callan Park
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets
  • Playground
  • BBQs
  • Parking
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Pontoon
  • Views
  • Water's Edge
  • Dogs on leash at all times when Sporting Games. Training and Events are being conducted. Off leash at other times


Have your say

Share how you use King George Park and what you’d like to see in the future. You can contribute:

To receive information or provide feedback in another format, call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm via free community services. You will need to provide Inner West Council's phone number 02 9392 5965.

  • For a free interpreter call us via TIS National on 131 450

  • If you have a hearing or speech impairment contact us via the National Relay Service:
    Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
    TTY number: 133 677
    SMS relay number: 0423 677 767

The last day to provide feedback is Monday, 7 December 2020


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. There will be an opportunity for the community to review and provide feedback on the draft plans.

King George Park is one of the Inner West’s most popular sporting grounds used throughout the year by thousands of local football juniors. It is loved by the broader community for recreational use as part of the Bay Run.

It is time to plan for its future.

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Community feedback will be combined with input from other stakeholders and expert advice to draft a Plan of Management and Masterplan. These documents will guide the park’s use, facilities, and improvements over the next 10 years.


What's included in this project?

View the area covered by the plan (28.4MB, pdf)

Sporting facilities at this park include:

  • Athletics (summer sport)
  • Women's 6-a-side soccer (summer sport)
  • Rugby League (winter sport)
  • Football / Soccer (winter sport)
  • Commercial Fitness Training
  • Floodlighting
  • Canteen

General facilities include:

  • Access to the Iron Cove Bay Run
  • Access to Callan Point and beach area (Not Council managed)
  • Indigenous Art Work
  • Sydney Water Pumping Station (Heritage Item-not Council)
  • Bush care sites boarding Callan Park
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets
  • Playground
  • BBQs
  • Parking
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Pontoon
  • Views
  • Water's Edge
  • Dogs on leash at all times when Sporting Games. Training and Events are being conducted. Off leash at other times


Have your say

Share how you use King George Park and what you’d like to see in the future. You can contribute:

To receive information or provide feedback in another format, call us Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm via free community services. You will need to provide Inner West Council's phone number 02 9392 5965.

  • For a free interpreter call us via TIS National on 131 450

  • If you have a hearing or speech impairment contact us via the National Relay Service:
    Voice Relay number: 1300 555 727
    TTY number: 133 677
    SMS relay number: 0423 677 767

The last day to provide feedback is Monday, 7 December 2020


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. There will be an opportunity for the community to review and provide feedback on the draft plans.