About Us Transforming Places

Australia's leader in urban transformation

Founded in 1978, PAYCE have successfully undertaken some of Australia’s largest and most ambitious urban transformations.

Through masterplanned endeavours such as The Waterfront at Homebush Bay and Washington Park at Riverwood, PAYCE have proven that they can successfully create communities which completely redefine the social fabric of their environments. PAYCE achieves this by paying close attention to what it is that makes places harmonious and liveable. Not only does PAYCE incorporate a range of desirable amenities such as retail and dining precincts, they also initiate a programme of community-run events and initiatives to give residents a real sense of inclusion.

Take a closer look at how PAYCE transforms places at Washington Park and The Waterfront

Latest News

Melrose Park Gateway Bridge

12 March 2018 – PAYCE and the City of Parramatta Council have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the delivery of a new bridge spanning the Parramatta River from Melrose Park to Wentworth Point, […]

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Close Finishes at PAYCE Shark Island Swim

4 February 2018 – A total of 514 swimmers took to the waters off Cronulla Beach on Sunday 4 February, 2018 to compete in the PAYCE Cronulla Shark Island Swim and the shorter PAYCE Fun Swim […]

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Introducing Tropnest: Western Sydney’s New Film Hub

22 November 2017 – Tropfest Australia, supported by foundation partner CGU Insurance, today unveiled plans for TropNest, a groundbreaking creative hub for filmmaking, collaboration, workshops, screenings and events in Western Sydney, thanks to a new […]

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Transitional Housing Project Launched

21 November, 2017 – An innovative tri-partite partnership between a leading charitable foundation, the PAYCE Foundation, community housing provider, Bridge Housing Limited and Women’s Community Shelters will provide transitional housing for women and their children […]

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Royal Shores playground wins national award

26 October 2017 – Halvorsen Park playground, delivered by PAYCE and Sekisui House Australia at the award-winning urban renewal development Royal Shores beside the Parramatta River at Ermington, has won a national award for the […]

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