Pine Park is set for a revamp thanks to a $4 million cash injection

Upgrade: Cahill Park in Wolli Creek will receive $2.5 million for its master plan. Picture: Chris Lane
Upgrade: Cahill Park in Wolli Creek will receive $2.5 million for its master plan. Picture: Chris Lane

Cahill Park and Ramsgate beach are the big winners after Bayside Council announced its major project program.

The council received $9 million for the program as part of the NSW Government’s Stronger Communities Fund after last years council amalgamations.

Pine Park at Ramsgate beach was given the bulk of the allocation receiving $4 million.

The money will go towards the design and documentation to relocate car parking and create a six-metre wide promenade along the beachfront.

Work is due to start in July and finish in June 2019.

Cahill Park in Wolli Creek will receive $2.5 million towards its existing master plan.

That includes the design, documentation and implementation of parts of the master plan including lighting and pathway connections. 

Work on that project is also expected to be completed by June 2019.

The final $2.5 million will be used to establish a council customer service centre at Westfield Eastgardens at Pagewood.

Work on the centre will begin in July and is expected to be finished by December.

A list of possible projects were identified by Bayside Council as priorities of the former councils before being put out to community consultation.

They list was also presented to Bayside Council’s Local Representation Committee, before being endorsed by the Stronger Communities Fund Assessment Panel.