St Marys Lights Up brightens winter

06 June 2024

Returning for its third year, Penrith City Council’s St Marys Lights Up carnival-style event will transform Queen Street in St Marys into a winter playground.

Housing right place, right time

06 June 2024

Debate in the public arena on housing targets and the ability to deliver housing in the most appropriate locations is nothing new.

Media Statement - Housing Targets

05 June 2024

Penrith City Council has consistently met or exceeded previous housing targets for the Local Government Area (LGA) and is again on track to meet the 2021-26 target of 4,400 new dwellings.

Council receives funding boost for St Marys

03 June 2024

Penrith City Council has received $400,000 from the NSW Government to help create a more vibrant and thriving St Marys Town Centre.

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What's On

Lunchtime Tunes 2024

13 March 2024 - 26 June 2024

Enjoy Lunchtime Tunes with local artists on Wednesdays at City Park, Penrith 

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Cosy Reads Challenge

01 June 2024 - 31 August 2024

Settle into your comfiest chair, grab a cuppa and join Penrith City Libraries for their Cosy Reads Challenge — there’s a chance you could win a $50 QBD Books voucher. 


St Marys Lights Up

15 June 2024

We’re back for our third St Marys Lights Up – grab the family and winter woolies and come down for an evening of roving performers, kids' workshops, amusement rides, food trucks, and much more!


Lets Help Our Platypus -- BOOKED OUT

16 June 2024

We’re partnering with Mulgoa Valley Landcare to help improve habitat for the platypus by weeding Factory Road Reserve in Regentville.


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