Beaumont Hills Park is a brand new public space designed for those who love action-based activities including BMX, skate and basketball.

If you’re seeking a playground with all the classic equipment this isn’t the space! Instead you’ll find a colourful precinct that includes a pump track, sports courts, skating area, walking and cycling tracks, and seating decorated by a local artist.

We love that this space has been designed by the NSW Government to be a fun public open space for people of all ages.

The main features of the park are influenced by community input and include:

  • A pump track for people to practise their BMX and biking skills
  • Informal sports courts featuring three basketball stands to allow use by multiple groups
  • Street-style skating area for beginners up to advanced skateboarders
  • New walking and cycling tracks to ensure easy access to the park from the regional shared path network and the adjoining Caddies Creek Sport Complex
  • Improved site biodiversity with native plants, especially native grasses to create a calming landscape for relaxation and reflection while also improving soil health and mirroring the local landscape
  • Thoughtfully integrated tree canopies that protect existing Metro infrastructure
  • Solar-powered lighting to enhance safety and extend usage for the main pedestrian connection to Caddies Creek Sport Complex, informal sport courts and skatepark.

The new Beaumont Hills Park is located under the Sydney Metro Skytrain on Windsor Road and is bound by Strangers Creek and Caddies Creek to the North.

The park will be officially opened by Parliamentary Secretary Stephen Bali MP this Friday 9 February from 4pm with a smoking ceremony performed by Aboriginal Elder Uncle Colin. Head along to see a demonstration by skateboarding professionals, join in on skate lessons and enjoy some coffee and gelato.


Official opening event details:

Time: 4pm – 6:30pm

Date: Friday 9 February 2024

Location: Beaumont Hills Park, 41 Millcroft Way, Beaumont Hills NSW 2155