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Current and upcoming works
A new sportsfields precinct is set to include two playing fields, pedestrian and cycle pathways, multi-use courts and a play area. Completion is expected in 2024.
A special feature of Macarthur Heights will be the Lake Thomson precinct. The lake and surrounding landscaped areas, including space for picnics, three BBQ areas, and play equipment, will be a relaxing space for everyone to enjoy. Works are anticipated to be completed in 2024.
Macarthur Regional Recreational Trail
The Macarthur Recreational Trail will pass through Macarthur Heights as part of a 14-kilometre nature trail which will provide a walking and cycling link to Campbelltown Station and the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. We have completed most sections of the trail, except for the connection under the Hume Highway, and the section within the sportsfields precinct. The remaining section will be completed as part of the sportsfields precinct.
The five riparian corridors that run through Macarthur Heights are being regenerated for the enjoyment of residents. We anticipate that regeneration works will start in early 2024 and will include:
- removal of weeds and rubbish
- introduction of new native plants
- construction of pedestrian and cycling paths to better connect the neighbourhood.
Free fitness classes with Live Life Get Active
As a way to improve community health and wellbeing, we have partnered with Live Life Get Active, who offer free 45-minute fitness classes to Macarthur Heights residents, including cross-training, boxing and yoga.
Classes run five days per week during school terms, starting at 6.30am at Main Ridge Park.
Visit the Live Life Get Active website and search for ‘Macarthur Heights’ under the Locations tab to sign up for a free class. Registrants will also receive a free tailored nutritional plan and access to free online content, videos and live streaming of fitness and health and wellbeing initiatives.