Transforming Places Washington Park

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We are Washington Park

Through passion, tireless work and some clever thinking, PAYCE are responsible for transforming a place with tremendous untapped potential into a vibrant community where people feel at home, enriched and welcome. Not simply a new development but the creation of an entirely new suburb, Washington Park is a dynamic place which will grow and get better with age.

Washington Park will grow and flourish into a community with the help of wonderful amenities and a calendar of exciting events. Residents will be encouraged to identify and implement programs and ideas for the long-term benefit of the community.

The beautifully landscaped Market Square will provide an active meeting place and be a hub of community life. In the future it will likely play host to cafés with alfresco dining, market stalls and retail stores. Residents will be able to head down and grab a coffee, take a seat in the sun-soaked plaza and catch up with new friends and neighbours. Washington Park Library will also be an invaluable educational and recreational resource. In addition, PAYCE has grand plans for the community garden, which, if realised, will see this as one of the largest in the world. These are just a few examples of some of the amenities that will foster a real community spirit.

As with The Waterfront, PAYCE aims to establish clubs and activities that then act as a catalyst for people to take ownership and develop and manage these themselves, whether it’s a bridge club, walking club or cycling group.

Latest News

West Ryde Rovers secure record sponsorship with PAYCE

1 April 2017 – West Ryde Rovers Sports and Social Club’s status as the largest community sporting club within the Ryde municipality is set to continue into the foreseeable future, after securing a long-term partnership with […]

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Ermington Foreshore and Halvorsen Park Improvements Handed Over to Community

3 April 2017 – Multi-million dollar foreshore improvements and a new Halvorsen Park playground adjacent to the Parramatta River at Ermington were last Saturday (1 April) handed to City of Parramtta at no cost to ratepayers. […]

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Payce - Royal Shores Development, Ermington.  Payce Director Dominic Sullivan, presents the Royal Shores foreshore development to Amanda Chadwick, Administrator Parramatta City Council, and Dr Geoff Lee, Member for Parramatta, after its redevelopment. Also present is Artu Tui from Sekisui House. Saturday 1st April 2017. Photo: Ryan Stuart

Save Our Sons team walk the bay for DMD

3 April 2017 – After 11 days on the road the Walk to Save Our Sons 2017 Edition team arrived in Melbourne’s St Kilda today to be greeted by hundreds of enthusiastic families and supporters […]

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Riverwood Packed Out for Harmony Day

22 March 2017 –  It was standing room only at the Riverwood Community Centre as locals celebrated this year’s Harmony Day with a showcase of vibrant mix of cultures. More than 200 people filled the […]

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Harmony Day in Riverwood, sponsored by Payce

Chats for Change: Impact Tales, Straight from the Horse’s Mouth – Coming Soon

Chats for Change is a conversation series promoting social innovation and thought leadership. We want to engage people from all generations, backgrounds and industries in a conversation about our society’s most complex social issues and […]

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