Following recent completion of the amenities building at Dundas Park (Curtis Oval) in Dundas Valley, Council developed a concept plan which looks to improve the connection between the park and Yates Avenue Shops based on feedback provided during recent community consultation.

Upgrades complete!

The upgrades are now complete! Thank you to everyone who provided feedback to help inform this project. Improvements included:

  • A new entry wall with ‘Dundas Park’ signage
  • New picnic tables and benches
  • Refreshed line marking for parking next to Daisys By The Park
  • Replacement of kopper log fencing with timber bollards and sandstone blocks
  • Installing of signage to amenities building
  • New landscaping

View the image gallery below to see the completed upgrades!

Have your say

  • Are you happy with the upgrades?
  • Are the upgrades what you expected?
  • Do you feel that Council listened to community feedback?

To provide your feedback, please complete the short feedback form below.

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Please note: City of Parramatta Council does not control the lease arrangements of privately owned shopping centres; this is managed by various real estate agents and also the owners of the shops. Council maintains and upgrades the public domain which encompasses the space in front and surrounding shopping centres.


Frequently asked questions

The Better Neighbourhood Program (BNP) is a long-running and successful Council program that focuses on the capital upgrades of local centres outside of the Parramatta CBD. The BNP commenced in 1999 and delivers improvements to centres with the goal of enhancing safety, vitality and economic prosperity.

Between 2011 and 2019, Council invested $11,761,333 in BNP projects, which consisted primarily of:

  • Capital upgrades to local, town and neighbourhood centres.
  • Connecting Centres projects to improve access to local centres and neighbourhoods.
  • Complementary public domain improvements.

A total of $3,200,000 has been allocated to the BNP over the 2019/20 and 2020/21 financial years. This includes $620,000 in FY 2019/20 and $2,580,000 in FY 2020/21. The funding allocation is larger in the second year to allow for detailed design and construction processes to be completed in FY 2020/21.