Welcome to Edmondson Park

Delivering a vibrant destination in southwest Sydney to live, learn, work and play

Current as at: April 2024

Planning and construction updates

Precinct 9

Bulk earthworks are complete. The bulk earthworks are the first phase of the civil works and will allow Landcom to install and construct infrastructure for residential subdivision as part of future development applications.

South and East Road (Horrie Road) construction, bordering the Edmondson Park Public School and future high school site, is nearing completion. Kerbs, streetscaping and stormwater infrastructure is complete, with electrical and water infrastructure to be installed in the next few weeks. Horrie Road is on track to become a public road by mid-2024, subject to Council approval. 

Precinct 3

Works to remove trees in Precinct 3 is now complete. The development application is currently under assessment with Council.

Edmondson Regional Park

The revegetation works in the future Edmondson Regional Park are now complete after undertaking a great amount of maintenance. Transfer of the park land to National Parks and Wildlife Servies is anticipated to happen by mid-2024.

Mont St Quentin Oval update

On 21 February, specialist hygienists conducted an inspection at Mont St Quentin Oval and found non-friable asbestos. As a precaution, the community event scheduled for 24 February was postponed. 

Please find below a list of Frequently Asked Questions in relation to the reopening of the oval and the community event. 

When will the oval be cleaned? 

Remediation of Mont St Quentin Oval is anticipated to begin by early May. 

What does the cleaning process involve? 

Remediation will involve excavation of all asbestos contaminated materials by a licensed asbestos removalist in accordance with the relevant legislation and guidelines. The material will then be disposed of to a suitably licensed waste facility and replaced with new, clean material. 

How long will cleaning take? 

Physical works will take approximately one to two weeks. Clearance will then need to be obtained from the relevant authorities.

When will the oval reopen?

It is anticipated that Mont St Quentin Oval will be reopened to the public in mid-2024, subject to receiving clearance from the relevant authorities. The postponed community event will likely occur shortly after this.

The project

Revitalising land that was previously used to train the Australian army, the Edmondson Park project has created a brand-new suburb in southwest Sydney.

Incorporating the adjoining suburbs of Edmondson Park in the north and Bardia in the south, this thoughtfully masterplanned project is boosting Sydney’s housing supply with up to 8,000 new homes.

Surrounding a town centre with shopping and community facilities, Edmondson Park is close to the new Western Sydney International Airport and also features new schools, public transport, recreation areas and a regional park.

Our masterplan for the area involves partnering with the private sector to unlock development opportunities, with Dahua Group developing residential land in Bardia, and Frasers Property Group constructing a new town centre south of the station.

The Edmondson Park project is transforming underutilised government-owned land with a range of housing types that provide greater choice and affordability to suit the needs of our diverse communities.

Edmondson Park About

Bounded by Camden Valley Way, M5 Motorway and Zouch Road. Situated 11km from Liverpool and 24km from Parramatta.

Local council area

Liverpool City Council and Campbelltown City Council

Project area

425 hectares

New residents (estimated)

Approximately 20,000

Heritage and design

The Edmondson Park area has an important Indigenous history, with Darug/Dharug, Dharawal and Gundangara people occupying the area for thousands of years before the arrival of European settlers.

The area also has strong links to Australia’s military history, with Bardia Barracks and Mont St Quentin Oval together making up the state heritage-listed Ingleburn Military Heritage Precinct.

With this in mind, we have incorporated Indigenous and military history into the area through street naming and new public artwork. Notable artworks include the water tower mural, installed in 2017, and the ‘Caesar’ military tracker dog sculpture and memorial plaque, which is being refurbished and will be reinstalled next to Edmondson Park Station in 2023.

We also have developed teaching and learning resources for local primary and secondary school students to understand the geography, history and heritage of Edmondson Park, and to appreciate its changing identity as a growing community.

Edmondson Park offers students the opportunity to explore a significant development project inside and outside the classroom, raising timely questions about why places grow and how the demographic, economic and social features of areas change.


Secondary teacher resource

Primary teacher resource
Edmondson Park Heritage
Public open space

150-hectare regional park, and approximately 50 hectares of parks, playgrounds, playing fields and reserves, walkways and cycleways

Proposed retail and commercial

Up to 45,000m²

Delivery timing



  • Construction of Station Plaza Park to commence
  • Maxwells Creek embellishment works to commence
  • Future street names across Precincts 3 and 9 to be gazetted by the Geographical Names Board
  • Anticipated approval of the Modification to the Edmondson Park Concept Plan for Precinct 9
  • Civil subdivision works in Precinct 3 to commence
  • Civil subdivision works in Precinct 9 to commence
  • Design and planning for the Station Plaza Park in Precinct 9 to commence
  • South and east road (Horrie Road) to be opened to the public
  • Construction of the south and east roads (Horrie Road) surrounding the primary and future high school commenced (2023)
  • Bulk earthworks facilitating future civil subdivision in Precinct 9 commenced (2023)
  • Bush regeneration within the future regional park completed (2023) 
  • Mont St Quentin Oval upgrades completed (2023)
  • Tree removal to facilitate future subdivision occurred in Precinct 3 (2023)
  • Buchan Avenue extension works completed (2022)
  • Development applications for Precinct 3 subdivision and civil works submitted (2022)
  • Bush regeneration works started for future regional park (2022)
  • Buchan Avenue extension works started (2020)
  • Mont St Quentin Oval upgrades started (2020)
  • Future subdivisions and works planned (2019)
  • Clermont Park opened (2018)
  • Town Centre North planning started (2018)
  • Memorial Forest Reserve upgraded (2017)
  • New childcare centre constructed (2016)
  • Frasers Property Australia announced as winner of tender to develop town centre (2015)
  • Dahua Group announced as winner of tender to develop residential land in Bardia (2015)
  • Main street Soldiers Parade constructed (2014)
  • First homes occupied (2013)
  • New parks created (2013)
  • First residential lots sold in Bardia (2012)
  • Concept plan and site rezoning approved (2011)
  • Site planning started (2010)

Project highlights


Our challenge at Edmondson Park was to achieve the coordinated planning, servicing and delivery of this 425ha major release area in the southwest growth centre located across two local government areas.

Our vision was to achieve a vibrant new community with a range of homes, shops, community facilities and open spaces, accessible by public transport. Landcom was also committed to celebrate the site’s heritage, significant vegetation and Regional Open Space.

Working with state and federal agencies, councils and the local community we were able to achieve the conservation and infrastructure agreements needed to support the needs of the Edmondson Park community

Ed Park Vision

Creating a place for people

This well planned community offers shops, open space, schools, childcare, community facilities and public transport.

To support a thriving and diverse community, Edmondson Park offers a range of housing types at different price points to provide an opportunity for households of all sizes, and incomes, to own their own home.

People really feel part of the community at Edmondson Park where they can enjoy the regional park, smaller community parks, playgrounds, playing fields and reserves. Public art creates a sense of place while walkways and cycleways connect to shops and services.

Ed Park Places for people

Integrating environmental sustainability

We have been committed to developing Edmondson Park in a sustainable way.

To do this we worked with National Parks and Wildlife Service to re-vegetate the landscape and enhance the natural features of the area including the 150ha Regional Park and open spaces along the creek corridors.

We have ensured a diverse housing mix, ranging from large rural residential lots to smaller terraces and apartments, establishing higher density housing close to the station and within walking distance of public open spaces.

Edmondson Park also has a recycled water scheme that supports sustainability and minimises cost to households.

Ed Park Sustainability

Creating place through heritage and community development

The Edmondson Park area has an important Indigenous history, as well as strong links to Australia’s military history.

Listed on the State Heritage Register, the Ingleburn Military Heritage Precinct comprises of Bardia Barracks and Mont St Quentin Oval. The Oval is being currently upgraded, and planning continues to open up the barracks for community uses to conserve the military history of the local area. Many streets feature Indigenous and military names, and public artworks reflect both Indigenous and military themes.          

Another initiative is our Edmondson Park education program which provides teaching and learning resources to assist school students to investigate the geography, history and heritage value of Edmondson Park, and to understand its changing identity as a growing community.

Ed Park heritage


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Edmondson Park Masterplan
Edmondson Park Development Control Plan
Design Guidelines
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If you require the services of an interpreter, please contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 and ask them to call Landcom on 02 9841 8600. The interpreter will then assist you with the translation.

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