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Queens Park Amenities Building

Greater Sydney Parklands is committed to providing exceptional facilities and amenities to support participation in sporting and cultural activities in our parklands.

The Queens Park Amenities Building project involved the removal of the current building and replacement with a state-of-the-art building to deliver new and enhanced facilities for park users and the community.

  • Project: Queens Park Amenities Building

  • Location: Baronga Avenue Queens Park

  • Project delivery: 14 February to 1 November 2022 (completed)

  • Project owner: Greater Sydney Parklands with funding from NSW Planning Industry and Environment Cluster.

Project Description

The new facility is state-of-the art and includes:

  • New accessible path from Baronga Avenue with a ramp compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act). Paving threshold to warn people they are stepping into a different area
  • Four (4) new changerooms.
  • Four (4) new storage rooms.
  • One (1) new umpire changeroom, in accordance with latest sporting code.
  • Central covered area for sporting club activities such as registration, match day coordination etc. Currently no such area exists
  • External wash basin
  • Larger under-roof space for spectator and team gatherings
  • LED lighting throughout the building so it can be used at night.
  • New power supply and hot water system.
  • New landscaping and garden beds to enhance green space that provide habitat for endangered ecological community
  • Open area provision for future mobile food & beverage offering
  • New male and female toilet facilities as well as a separate accessible toilet.


How it looked before

See how the completed amenities block looks below

Frequently Asked Questions
The new amenities building was designed to high architectural standards to minimise visual and heritage impacts taking into account:
  • Consideration of heritage impacts including scale and footprint of the building, views and usage
  • Existing services and infrastructure requirements such as sewer, stormwater and electrical
  • Geographical features of the surrounding landscape
  • Aesthetic and architectural merit of the new building
  • Accessibility
  • Maintenance and operation requirements
The amenities building is a universal building catering for all Queens Park visitors and patrons. Improved amenities for Queens Park were identified as a key priority following community consultation on the Queens Park Masterplan.
The male and female toilets are open every day for community use, the changerooms will be open based on scheduled bookings. The new building includes LED lighting so the building may be opened at night-time.
The building was designed to be as far as possible from the cycle track without encroaching on the adjacent playing fields. This includes a pavement threshold between the building and shared path to provide a visual indicator for those using the building that they are approaching a shared zone.
Find out how Greater Sydney Parklands is enhancing connections at Queens Park with the Queens Park Pedestrian and Cycle Path Project.