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    Western Sydney Parklands

    The Western Sydney Parklands will provide Sydney with a vast conservation and recreation haven equivalent to 25 Centennial Parks - one of the biggest urban parklands in the world to be publicly owned and unique in Australia.

    The Parklands are the culmination of more than 30 years of planning by the NSW Government for the future infrastructure, recreation and open space needs of Western Sydney. The lands were first identified in detail in the Sydney Region Outline Plan in 1968. The planning for the Western Sydney Parklands is a key example of the benefits of planning for the future needs of the city.

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    Western Sydney Parklands

    Parramatta, Australia

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