Western Sydney Parklands Trust

Bungaribee Stage 1 – Entrance Roads, Multiple Carparks, Furniture & Native Landscaping Works

Following the opening for public use in March 2017, Bungarribee Park has become a major recreational and tourism hub in Western Sydney Parklands that stretches 27 kilometres from Quakers Hill to Leppington. Furthermore, this Park won the ‘Award for Planning’ in the 2014 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards.

Antoun Civil was contracted to complete the first stage of work on this $15 million project for Client, Western Sydney Parklands Trust.

A major priority for the Bungarribee Park undertaking was to ensure preservation of sensitive wetlands surrounding the park while providing a seamless integration of natural and built environments. These elements would also tie-in with subsequent stages of the development.

Stage 1 of the project included:

  • Service installation including; electrical, lighting, stormwater drainage and hydraulic works.
  • Internal road development, including 850Lm of asphalt roads to improve vehicular access to the parklands.
  • Construction of three new carparks with a total of 482 new car spaces.
  • Installation of a shared footpath, including two pedestrian and cycle bridges over Eastern Creek. These connect the new recreational hub to existing parklands within Bungarribee.
  • Installation of customised street and recreational furniture, including; fencing, gates, and signage, BBQ and picnic shelter facilities.
  • Landscaping and revegetation, including native wildflower and tree planting.
  • Production and installation of various pavement types. These included: Exposed cobblestone pavement, crushed granite pavement, asphalt pavement and concrete pavement; all with customised wheel stops.
Client

Western Sydney Parklands Trust

Location

Blacktown, NSW

Contract Value

$1 million – $5 million

Duration

16 weeks