Sue Savage and Reynolds Park Masterplan

Have your Say! 
The City of Parramatta has been working on the new park improvements at Sue Savage Reserve, Toongabbie.
Proposed upgrades include parking, a toilet block, skate park, picnic settings, shelters and landscape enhancements. View the concept designs.
Come and drop into our onsite consultation to tell us what you think:

When: Saturday 12 October 2019
Time: 10am - 12pm
Where: Sue Savage Reserve/Reynolds Park (near the playground area)
All community members are welcome and encouraged and to have your say! If you can’t attend please feel free to email your feedback or call 9806 8188.


The City of Parramatta has developed a masterplan for Sue Savage and Reynolds Park in Toongabbie. It provides an exciting new vision for Sue Savage and Reynolds Parks to guide and prioritise future upgrades based on issues identified during consultation with the community and key stakeholders. The masterplan aims to activate these parks through provision of safe and durable youth based recreational activities that are lacking within the surrounding area.

Key features of the masterplan include:

  • New Youth facility (Skate / BMX / Scooters)
  • Improved pedestrian access across Toongabbie Creek
  • New fitness stations
  • Endangered bushland revegetation
  • New multi-use court
  • Off-street carparking bays
  • New amenities building
  • Upgraded bushwalking track
  • New playground
  • New pathways / seating / landscaping

Project Staging

An implementation / action plan has been developed based on council’s priorities and community consultation feedback, including:

Short Term

  • Bushwalking track
  • Fitness Stations
  • Amenities building
  • Off-street carparking bays
  • Multi-use court
  • Bushland revegetation

Long-Term

  • Playground
  • Pathways / seating / landscaping
  • Youth facility (Skate / BMX / Scooters)
  • Toongabbie Creek pedestrian crossing
  • Bushland revegetation

Click here to download the full Sue Savage and Reynolds Park Masterplan.

View and download the full Skatepark design consultation report here.