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Map showing Pirrama Park


The City of Sydney has transformed the former Water Police site at Pyrmont into a stunning waterfront park. In 2005, the new City Council paid $11 million to buy the former Water Police site and allocated $14.8 million to consult, design and create a park that responded to community aspirations.

The park contract was $20 million and the building contract was $1.5 million.
The award-winning park design celebrates Pyrmont’s history-sandstone artefacts in the innovative playground reflect former quarries; the promenade marks the original shoreline; ‘Stevedore Walk’ recalls the wharves and workers; and native plantings restore biodiversity to this once heavily vegetated peninsula.

Importantly, the park’s new name honours the original inhabitants who called this area ‘Pirrama’, and sustainable solar panels and rain water capture help secure its future.

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