Photo collage of different areas in Bonnyrigg

Bonnyrigg Town Centre is a unique place of cultural unity and diversity reflecting a modern multicultural community. It is a place that is waiting to be discovered by locals and visitors alike offering a rich cultural experience.

Places of Worship

Bonnyrigg Town Centre contains a number of religious and culturally significant sites which include the Vat Khemarangsaram (Khmer Buddhist Temple), Ming Yue Lay Buddhist Temple on Cabramatta Road, St Johns Park Anglican Church on Edensor Road, Wat Phrayortkeo Dhammayanaram (Lao Buddhist Temple) and Parkside Church on Smithfield Road. At Bibby's Place you will also find the Phap Bao Buddhist Temple, Grace Point Presbyterian Church and Bonnyrigg Mosque, and St John the Baptist Catholic Church is also nearby.

Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park

Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park borders on a number of these religious places of worship and has picnic facilities, playgrounds and a youth area with a skate park, BMX track and basketball court. Community artworks indicating sites of contemplation can be found throughout the park with indigenous heritage of the area reflected through the Elders Garden and the Bush Tucker path.

Retail and Community Facilities

The Town Centre provides an important focus for commercial, cultural and community activities, with retail, recreation, community and educational facilities clustered in or near the town centre. The Bonnyrigg Transitway is located in the heart of the centre providing easy access to Parramatta to the North and Liverpool to the South.

Bonnyrigg Living Communities Project

Newleaf Bonnyrigg is fast becoming the community of choice for people looking to move into a new, vibrant, safe and friendly neighbourhood in South Western Sydney. The Bonnyrigg Living Communities Project was the first social housing Public Private Partnership project in Australia and was designed to create new social and private housing. Visit Newleaf Communities for more information.