Figtree Park Grand Re-opening

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The Mayor and Councillors invite you to explore the newly upgraded Figtree Park as they cut the ribbon at the official grand re-opening on Saturday June 15 at 10.30am. 

There will be free face painting, giant bubbles, temporary tattoos, engaging displays, lawn games and play parachute and live music by King Olav, plus more.

There will also be special offers from local shops in the Hunters Hill Village as part of the event for visitors to enjoy, including:

Free giveaways at the park

  • Hunter’s Hill Council - Free photo magnets
  • Stoneground Bakery - Free mini fig scrolls
  • The Hills Middle Eastern - Free wraps


  • Basil’s Gourmet Seafood – Free drink with all purchases over $10
  • Café Hunters Hill - One complimentary can of soft drink or small hot standard coffee with any order from the all-day breakfast or lunch menu
  • The Hills Middle Eastern - 20% off the menu
  • Hunters Hill Hotel - $10 Tooheys Old pints & Newtowner Young Henrys pints for schooner prices
  • The Commune Project - Free coffee when you buy a takeaway sandwich or bacon & egg roll
  • Sydney Taekwondo Centre - Free trial classes: Taekwando | VMAX | Pilates Reformer
  • Mount Everest Indian & Nepalese Restaurant - One complimentary naan with every meal
  • Flawless You Skin and Laser Clinic - $50 gift voucher to anyone new to the clinic
  • Dachshund Coffee - $10 bacon and egg roll or banana bread with a regular coffee

These offers are valid on 15 June only.

Highlights of the Figtree Park revitalisation project include:

  • a new playground with climbing structures, nest swing, spring rider, outdoor musical percussion, talking tubes, a rope ladder leading to an elevated platform and beautiful garden beds 
  • a new plaza space with an entrance on Gladesville Road and an inviting pathway leading to the playground
  • improved lighting, drainage, seating, accessibile footpath and amenity

The works were proudly funded by the NSW Government. Parliamentary Secretary for Planning and Public Spaces, Stephen Bali will be attending the event on behalf of Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, Paul Scully.


  • Saturday, 15 June 2024 | 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Matthew Street Entrance to Figtree Park Playground

Figtree Park, Corner of Matthew St and Short St, Hunters Hill, 2110, View Map

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