New community centre and cycleway for Renwick

Residents now have a new place to meet and socialise with the opening of the Renwick Community Centre on Saturday 19 June 2021. A new cycleway, which will connect Renwick to Mittagong Station, will open to the public in July.

The new community centre includes a 70-seat hall, meeting rooms, kitchen facilities and toilets and will be managed by Wingecarribee Shire Council.

Landcom CEO John Brogden said that the community centre will provide a great new space for locals to get to know their neighbours.

“The new community centre will be a vibrant and inclusive place where locals can socialise, learn, and create together,” Mr Brogden said.

“Landcom is incredibly proud of this facility, which we hope will become a hub of community activity.”

Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Interim Administrator Viv May said he looked forward to opening the new community centre.

“I’m delighted with the finished building,” Mr May said.

“Council will now be in a position to make the building available to a variety of community groups and users and to seek further expressions of interest for the potential use of the commercial space such as a café.

“I have no doubt the building will be enjoyed by local families for many years to come.”

Landcom is also completing work on a new cycleway through Renwick and Mittagong, which will open in the coming weeks.

Mr Brogden said the new cycleway would start at the intersection of Small Street and the Old Hume Highway connecting to Mittagong station.

“The new cycleway improves active transport links for the community as well as safety for cyclists and pedestrians alike,” Mr Brogden said.

“Social infrastructure such as the community centre and cycleway is crucial for any community – particularly growing neighbourhoods like Renwick, which is home to thousands of residents.”

The community centre is in the heart of Renwick, a 117ha master planned community Landcom is delivering near Mittagong.

In addition to the community centre, Renwick will include a retail centre, childcare facilities, parks, and a regenerated creek corridor.

A tender will soon be released for the retail centre, and works on Silo Park, a new 3.75ha park, are expected to start early next year.

Further details about Renwick are available on the project’s website at

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