Central to the vision for the urban renewal of Green Square Town Centre is the provision of facilities that bring the community together. Transport came first with the Green Square Train Station, then the Civic Plaza with its award-winning library. The Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre, inspired by Sydney’s legendary ocean baths, is now open for swimming and exercise, and construction of Green Square’s central park, The Drying Green, has begun. Joynton Avenue Creative Centre is already a thriving community and cultural hub while the cafes and restaurants are establishing Green Square as Sydney’s most exciting new eat street.
All images depicted are artist impressions. Architecture and landscaping are indicative only and subject to change^. ^Proposed amenity is being delivered by third parties and is subject to change, development approvals, statutory approvals and construction timing and outcome are outside of Mirvac and Landcom’s control and are subject to change and delay. Future Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre^ (image: courtesy of City and Andrew Burges Architects with Grimshaw and TCL).
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THE DRYING GREEN
The Drying Green alongside our upcoming new residential development at Green Square, has moved a step closer to reality with construction now underway. *Artist Impression.
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.
AQUATIC AND REC CENTRE
The new Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre offers swimming experiences across four different indoor and outdoor pools, and a fully equipped gymnasium.
AWARD WINNING LIBRARY
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
The Joynton Avenue Creative Centre includes creative space for workshops and performance, a community shed, childcare centre, and public artworks. Image Credit: Simon Wood
Located at the heart of the town centre, the Green Square civic plaza is an open space designed for various activations and for people of all ages.
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Shopping local is the ultimate convenience and Green Square’s high street is becoming more interesting by the day with cafes and restaurants for coffee on the run, a mid-week bite or a leisurely weekend brunch. With a local Green Square supermarket, stocking up doesn’t require a car. Nearby at Surry Hills, East Village Zetland, Alexandria and Waterloo there are even more tantalising retail options and places to dine out.