The community is invited to share their ideas and feedback to help shape the future of Varroville Reserve as part of a new master plan for the site known as the ‘Heart of the Scenic Hills Master Plan’.

The master plan aims to identify opportunities for enhancements to the 26ha reserve over the coming years in order to create a recreation space for the surrounding community while preserving and celebrating the character of the surrounding Scenic Hills area.

Residents can now take a survey online where the feedback collected will be used to develop a concept design.

“The Scenic Hills is a treasured part of the Campbelltown landscape and Varroville Reserve presents a fantastic opportunity to open up a large open space for local residents to enjoy while also preserving the important character of the area,” Mayor Dr George Greiss said.

“The master plan sets a long-term vision for the site that will ensure the reserve can be enjoyed now and into the future so I strongly encourage people to share their ideas for what they would like to see as part of Varroville Reserve going forward,” he said.

Following the initial consultation, a concept design is aimed to go on public exhibition in 2024 to for further feedback from the community.

The project is supported by the NSW Government through the Metropolitan Greenspace Program.

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