It’s game on in Gregory Hills with the sporting facilities at Cunningham Park about to open for use by residents.
Gregory Hills, the growing residential community in southwest Sydney, NSW, has been designed with an emphasis on green space that promotes outdoor, healthy living.
That design ethos is reflected in the fact that the planned residential estate in the Macarthur region boasts no less than seven parks, many of which are already open and being enjoyed by residents of all ages.
Supporting sport in Gregory Hills
One key new park that is set to open in Gregory Hills this Spring is Cunningham Park, located at the north end of the Gregory Hills community. Cunningham Park is a unique addition to Gregory Hills’ collection of parks in that it is the only park that has full-scale sporting facilities. Cunningham Park’s facilities include:
- Two full-sized multi-use football or soccer fields.
- Has a full sized cricket field
- Two full-sized outdoor basketball courts.
- Four full-sized netball courts.
- Three full-length practice cricket nets with synthetic grass pitches.
- A fully equipped amenities building that can also host functions.
All facilities in Cunningham Park are equipped with floodlights and are expected to be popular with residents both during the day and in the evening.
While local junior and adult sporting clubs won’t start using the many sporting facilities in Cunningham Park until the new year, the park will be officially opened in the near future.
All you need at your door in Gregory Hills
The forthcoming opening of Cunningham Park is just the latest evidence that Gregory Hills residents really do have it all right outside their front door. No matter where you live in Gregory Hills, you are never far from well-manicured, functional green spaces.
Active living and health and wellbeing is a common theme that runs through Gregory Hills’ collection of parks. Champagnat Park’s 2km of rolling parkland with dynamic gym equipment at intervals along its sealed walking/cycling track is a perfect example of this. Champagnat Park offers scenic views across Gregory Hills and is a great location for residents to take in both sunrise and sunset.
For a more intense option, Howard Park will feature a half basketball court, outdoor table tennis tables and climbing equipment for teenagers and adults alike to burn off some energy.
If you simply want a casual stroll through parkland accompanied by a gently flowing stream, La Valla Park is where you’ll find such delights in Gregory Hills. And, of course, across Gregory Hills’ parks you’ll find plenty of playground options for young kids, as well as all the amenities you’ll need to enjoy an outdoor BBQ or picnic this Spring.
Choose Gregory Hills, choose convenient living
At Gregory Hills, from day one we have aimed to accommodate all the things that our residents desire; to build a community that you don’t have to leave to get what you need.
But parks and outdoor active living options aren’t all that Gregory Hills residents have right outside their front door. Construction has started on Gregory Hills Town Centre, which is due to open in the first half of 2019. Our Town Centre will be anchored by a full-line Woolworths supermarket and also feature a medical centre, a dining precinct and more than 20 specialty stores over 7,500 square metres of retail space.
When you consider that Gregory Hills will also have schools, multiple childcare centre’s, a community centre and is only five minutes away from the M5, it’s easy to see that Gregory Hills really does have it all.
Contact us now to arrange a meeting with our sales team and take a tour of Gregory Hills.