Premier opens new Leagues Club park on Gosford Waterfront
A $10 million public park that includes a tidal terrace, nature-inspired play equipment and green space on the Gosford Waterfront was officially opened on Saturday 27th February by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes.
Ms Berejiklian said, "The Central Coast is a rapidly growing part of the State and projects like Leagues Club Park strengthen its appeal as a destination while creating economic benefits."
"The park is a major revitalisation project for the Central Coast and demonstrates the NSW Government's commitment in driving urban transformation."
Mr Stokes said the park set the standard for what's possible in a city park, creating an inclusive public space that will act as Gosford's new cultural hub.
"We've gone beyond a plastic playground and jungle gym to create a park that brings nature into an urban centre, with an innovative tidal terrace, nature-inspired play equipment and quality green space," Mr Stokes said.
"The space was designed from the ground up to encourage visitors regardless of age, background or ability to explore and play in line with the Government's Everyone Can Play guidelines."