With three wonderful parks now open at Smiths Lane your children will never be bored. 

Banjo Park is named after the native Banjo frog, this central park features water and adventure play, perfect for a warm day or when visiting Smiths Social Cafe. Lacey Park is newly opened, named after the Lace Monitor Goanna and includes climbing structure, slides, elevated cubby house and shelters. Tillion park is located near the Mirvac-Built Tillion Townhomes and features two flying foxes.

These gathering spaces are filled with equipment and endless fun for all ages. 


No matter the season, the planned sports facilities at Smiths Lane will get you active by running, jumping, kicking or competing.







A modern town centre is planned for Smiths Lane with a supermarket, fresh produce, specialty stores and delicious dining options. The bustling heart of the community, this is where family, friends and neighbours will come together.

  • Specialty stores

  • Commercial office space

  • Employment Opportunities


As Smiths Lane’s central space for pop-up events and impromptu social gatherings with family and friends, the proposed Village Green will be curated to bring the whole community together.

Visit Us

Learn more about life on the lane at the
Smiths Lane Sales Centre

35 Oconnor Avenue, Clyde North
Monday: 1pm–5pm
Tuesday to Sunday: 11am–5pm
Open by appointment only Monday 10th June

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