Pocket Park Bayshore Drive

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What's Happening?

We're building a pocket park!

The Bayshore Drive Pocket Park is an exciting project borne of the work from the Byron Arts and Industry Estate Precinct Plan (adopted by Council in June 2020). In 2019, the community, in conjunction with Council, worked to deliver an ambitious and exciting vision for the future of the Byron Arts and Industry Estate.

Why is it happening?

The Pocket Park on Bayshore Drive was identified as a key early win for the future of the estate, as it will provide some much needed public space, green infrastructure and an opportunity to bring together the community. Council was successful in receiving grant funding for the project as a part of the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities Fund.

The grant provides funding for the hard infrastructure for the park (on ground seating plantings etc) but also for activation events in the park. It is expected that the on ground infrastructure will be delivered late in 2020 with activation events expected in earl 2021.

How can I get involved?

Council will be hosting activation events in early 2021 - keep your eyes peeled for events happening in the space.


Map showing the location of the Pocket Park - A small triangular area bounded by Bayshore Drive, Banksia Drive and the Council Depot

Proudly funded by the NSW Government

Logo of the NSW Government


What's Happening?

We're building a pocket park!

The Bayshore Drive Pocket Park is an exciting project borne of the work from the Byron Arts and Industry Estate Precinct Plan (adopted by Council in June 2020). In 2019, the community, in conjunction with Council, worked to deliver an ambitious and exciting vision for the future of the Byron Arts and Industry Estate.

Why is it happening?

The Pocket Park on Bayshore Drive was identified as a key early win for the future of the estate, as it will provide some much needed public space, green infrastructure and an opportunity to bring together the community. Council was successful in receiving grant funding for the project as a part of the NSW Government's Stronger Country Communities Fund.

The grant provides funding for the hard infrastructure for the park (on ground seating plantings etc) but also for activation events in the park. It is expected that the on ground infrastructure will be delivered late in 2020 with activation events expected in earl 2021.

How can I get involved?

Council will be hosting activation events in early 2021 - keep your eyes peeled for events happening in the space.


Map showing the location of the Pocket Park - A small triangular area bounded by Bayshore Drive, Banksia Drive and the Council Depot

Proudly funded by the NSW Government

Logo of the NSW Government