Newmarket Randwick: Interactive Playground, Community Hub and Dining Precinct
A historic former stable yard in Randwick is now a cool urban hub breathing new life into the neighbourhood. Newmarket Randwick is all about celebrating diversity, bringing together the distinct stable architecture of the heritage-listed precinct, with a range of play areas, outdoor spaces and community facilities, and just wait until you check out that slide!
Newmarket has been a significant part of Randwick’s heritage since its inception in the early 1860s. For the last century, the famous Inglis family have run Australia’s premier thoroughbred sales yard from the 5-hectare property. Once the home to champion horses such as Black Caviar and Bernborough, the Newmarket Randwick site now boasts a state of the art playground, luxury residences and a vibrant retail precinct.
Sydney's New Favourite Playground
The former Sales Ring has been transformed into an incredible interactive children's playground under the shade of the long-standing grand Fig Tree - an ideal natural setting for kids to play and learn. The modern play space, with a central climbing structure, enclosed slides and loads of space for running wild, becomes an illuminated wonderland at night! The surrounding area of Inglis Park boasts an abundance of parkland, outdoor seating and BBQ facilities, and a nearby community garden that welcomes all budding green thumbs.
“The Deck”, a communal outdoor entertainment space, and a retail sector with a host of local stores, restaurants and cafes, brings the village to life and creates a contemporary haven never before seen in Randwick.
Bringing together tranquillity, history and community is the cornerstone of Newmarket Randwick, providing a new precinct where families can enjoy the space and connect with the neighbourhood in a whole new way.
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Jun 23 2020
Excellent for toddlers and kids but not for adult skate boarders at 3:30pm. They were skating onto the wooden seating platform this afternoon and scraping across the edge about 50cm above the ground. They thoughtfully used wax to make it slicker and so minimise splintering But it is dangerous when children and mothers with prams etc
May 15 2020
They even have barbecues there! But they didn't even bother adding an easily accessible public toilet! They have an amenities sign but it's false advertising. To get to the toilets and parents room that's part of the residential building you either need a key or hope that someone has left a witches hat by the door. The designers obviously don't have kids with tiny bladders. No trees for backup toilet trips either.