A new 580-meter green-link trail linking the Leumeah Precinct to Smiths Creek through the Leumeah Scout Hall features in the enhancements now underway at Smiths Creek Reserve to improve visitor experience and protect the environment and wildlife.

The $514,055 project also includes:

  • Artworks on concrete pylons near the Corunna Avenue entrance by artists Jason Wing and Maddison Gibbs with local students.
  • Trail improvements, including upgrades to walking and fire trails.
  • New wayfinding signage and vehicle access mitigation measures to reduce illegal trail bike use.

Mayor if Campbelltown George Greiss expressed excitement about making the reserve more visitor-friendly while continuing bushland restoration.

“Smiths Creek is the crown jewel of our urban bushland reserves so it’s exciting to see these enhancements starting to make the reserve more visitor-friendly, while building on Council’s ongoing bushland restoration and weed removal works in the area,” he said.

The project is funded by the NSW Government Places to Roam program and Campbelltown City Council.