LOCATION

SYDNEY’S NEWEST
COSMOPOLITAN PLAYGROUND

 

Welcome to Green Square


GLOBAL VISION, LOCAL SPIRIT


Welcome to Green Square, fast becoming Sydney’s most exciting cosmopolitan playground. One with ample opportunity for residents and visitors to picnic in the park, enjoy a little sport and recreation, or socialise in style. This 6 star Green Star community has been designed to the highest standards to improve wellbeing, physical health and safety.

In this remarkable new urban oasis, nature is close at hand and sustainability integral to every design. And at the heart of it all, The Frederick.
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FIND YOURSELF AT
THE HEART OF IT ALL

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The Drying Green

Part of the City of Sydney’s investment in the town centre, The Drying Green will feature 6,200sqm park complete with terraced lawns, trees, barbecues and shade structures to create a wonderful place to gather and play.

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Aquatic and Recreation Centre

The new Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre offers swimming experiences across indoor and outdoor pools, a fully equipped gymnasium and a multipurpose sports field.

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Joynton Avenue Creative Centre

The Joynton Avenue Creative Centre includes creative space for workshops and performance, a community shed, childcare centre and public artworks. Image credit: Simon Wood

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Green Square Train Station

Green Square Train station links directly to the airport and city making a car a non-essential item for those who prefer healthy, sustainable and active transport.

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Green Square Library & Civic Plaza

Green Square Library features a subterranean garden, open air amphitheatre and a six-storey glass tower, large open spaces, study desks, public use computers, a dedicated children’s area and meeting rooms for hire. Image Credit: Simon Wood

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Proposed primary school

Located in the town centre, a state-of-the-art primary school has taken a major step forward. The proposed school will be an education centre featuring a clever multipurpose sports court, smart educational approach and community facilities.

 

Step outside and discover

A vibrant
global village

 

Think global, live local within the City of Sydney’s first new planned town centre in 100 years. You’ll feel right at home in a community with the very best of everything, including truly world class places for leisure, retail and cultural connection.

 

A COVETED DINING &
RETAIL DESTINATION

Green Square. Gold Standard

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A TRAIN STATION
2 MINUTES AWAY

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A NEW AQUATIC CENTRE
4 MINUTES AWAY

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A VIBRANT CIVIC PLAZA
2 MINUTES AWAY

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A LUSH FUTURE PARK
2 MINUTES AWAY

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AWARD WINNING LIBRARY
2 MINUTES AWAY

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A CREATIVE PRECINCT
3 MINUTES AWAY

BEAUTIFULLY POSITIONED
PERFECTLY CONNECTED

Attractions
  • 1. Creative Arts Centre
  • 2. Drying Green
  • 3. Green Square Library and Town Centre
  • 4. Gunyama Park Aquatic Centre and Recreation Centre
  • 5. Moore Park Entertainment Quarter
  • 6. Moore Park Golf Club
  • 7. Royal Randwick Racecourse
  • 8. Sydney Cricket Ground
Education
  • 9. Proposed Primary School
  • 10. University of Sydney
  • 11. University of Technology, Sydney
  • 12. Yudi Gunyi School
  • 13. Kensington Public School
  • 14. Sydney Boys High School
  • 15. Sydney Girls High School
Restaurants and Cafes
  • 16. Camys
  • 17. Social Society
  • 18. The Cannery
  • 19. The Grounds
  • 20. Archie Rose Distilling Co.
Shopping
  • 21. East Village
  • 22. Woolworths Metro
  • 23. Supa Centre Moore Park
Transport
  • 24. Green Square Train Station
  • 25. Sydney Airport

 
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Mirvac acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which we stand, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and we recognise their enduring connection to the land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. 

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.