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Everyone can play!

Mindarie Park now open

The final two stages of Mindarie Park are now complete providing a variety of sports and play equipment for local residents to enjoy. Along with stage one which features an all-inclusive playground, the park now provides 6,300 square metres of open space and a multi-use games area.

The fencing of the grassed area will remain in place throughout July to help the grass take hold and will be removed as soon as the grass is ready for action.

The park is bounded by Pinaroo Place, Mindarie Street and Kullah Parade. 8 parking spaces are available on Kullah Parade as well as parking in Pinaroo Place.


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May 2020 Update

Council's Manager of Open Space, Ted Webster, explains the progress of stage 2 in this video on Council's YouTube channel.

Installation of a timber ropes obstacle course (pictured) and a rain garden are now complete. The park will also include a multi-use games area, a large turf area, amphitheatre and performance area as well as two new picnic shelters, barbecues, bubblers and accessible picnic settings. Plants from Council’s nursery will be planted to create a natural green buffer around the park and larger native trees were planted in February to provide shade.

A total of eight new off-street car spaces will be available along Kullah Parade which will replace the three existing on street car spots.

Stage one which included an all-inclusive playground following the “Everyone can Play” NSW guidelines was opened by member for Lane Cove Anthony Roberts MP on 23 February 2019.

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Image above: Timber parkour obstacle course


Image above: Conceptual Masterplan

February 2019 - Sydney’s first inclusive play space opens in Lane Cove North

Council recently opened the first stage of Mindarie Park which features an inclusive play space as part of the NSW Government’s Everyone Can Play program. Located on the corner of Mindarie Street and Kullah Parade the fenced playspace includes a range of swings, natural-looking play materials and equipment that is suitable for people of all abilities to enjoy. Also on-site are new BBQ facilities, toilets and Seniors fitness equipment.

The project was made possible following $1million in funding from the NSW Department of Planning and a further $800,000 in Council contributions. The next stage involves installation of a multi-court, additional play area and a large grassed area suitable for informal games and relaxation. The works will be completed in 2020 resulting in 6,300m2 of open space for residents living in the Lane Cove North area.

Latest Update  - December 2018

Locals will have noticed a range of activities taking place on-site at Mindarie Park including:

  • installation of sandstone block retaining walls
  • new footpaths inside and outside the park area
  • new play equipment installed along with the first stage of soft fall
  • installation of a new toilet block

Early in the new year the final stage of the soft fall will be installed along with other park infrastructure. Associated landscaping will also take place prior to the playground being open by the end of Summer 2019.

Works will still continue throughout 2019 on the rest of the park area.

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Image: Example of equipment for installation in an inclusive playspace in Mindarie Park

Latest Update - 8 August 2018

This week Council will begin the first stage of the new Mindarie Park which will provide 6,300 square metres of open space in Lane Cove North bounded by Pinaroo Place, Mindarie Street and Kullah Parade.

Following a funding announcement by the NSW Government (see below), a new inclusive playspace will be built on the corner of Mindarie Street and Kullah Parade as the first stage of the larger park.

The initial site preparation works for the play area will include:

  • Removal of existing play equipment
  • Demolition of tennis wall
  • Installation of tree protection measures
  • Installation of natural sandstone block retaining wall
  • Preliminary grading works

These initial preparation works are expected to take 3 – 4 weeks to complete, weather permitting. Over the coming months additional on-site works will be undertaken to prepare to install the new playground in time for use at the end of Summer 2019. During this time you may wish to explore other playgrounds in Lane Cove, including Tantallon Oval.

For the latest information on the project please refer to on-site signage or refer back to this website. 

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28 June 2018 - Mindarie Million-Dollar Funding Announcement

Lane Cove Council is thrilled with the NSW Government's announcement of funding for the Mindarie Park Inclusive Playspace this week.

$1 million of additional funding has been provided to the Council project thanks to the Accelerated Open Space and Parklands Program implemented by the Office of Open Space and Parklands.

The new inclusive playspace will align with the Everyone Can Play in NSW guidelines to cater for all people, including disabled and able-bodied children and their Carers.

The funding announced by the Hon. Anthony Roberts MP, Minister for Planning and Housing, means Council can get underway with the first stage of this exciting park in Lane Cove North sooner than anticipated.

The commencement of playground works in Spring will signal the first step in bringing the 6,300 square metres of recreational space in Lane Cove North to life.

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Council's 2018/19 budget includes a further $3 million to deliver the remaining aspects of the Mindarie Park open space project.

The Mindarie Park Inclusive Playspace is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Lane Cove Council.