Community building through sport

Organized sport, whether for adults, our children or as spectators, is a great way to get to know other local families and build community. At Pennant Hills we have such amazing facilities thanks to years of investment and reinvestment by Hornsby Council and good governanced not-for-profit sporting clubs run by volunteers.  

I took a wander through Pennant Hills Park recently and from top to bottom, here’s a smorgasbord of the wide range sports in our backyard, and details of how you can contact them.

Pennant Hills Park, No 1 Oval

Cricket: Pennant Hills Pumas Also known as pennant Hills District Cricket Club.

Rugby: Northern Barbarians Formerly Beecroft Cherrybrook JRC.

Pennant Hills Park, No 2 Oval, Ern Holmes Oval

Athletics: Hornsby District Little Athletics Centre

AFL: Pennant Hills Demons Also known as Junior Australian Football Club.

Rugby League: Penno Stags Also known as Cherrybrook Rugby League Club.

PH Park, No3 Ovalthe new all weather, synthetic soccer field and described by Football NSW as the best field in NSW

Soccer: Penno FC  Also known as Pennant Hills Football Club.

Netball Complex with 17 outdoor courts and 1 indoor court.

Hills District Netball Association (HDNA)

Tennis with 16 floodlit courts

Pennant Hills Tennis Centre Also known as Eastwood Thornleigh District Tennis Association.

Hockey with  two all weather synthetic hockey turfs.  Also known as Northern Districts Hockey Association.

Archery Range with a shooting distance of up to 180m.

Northern Archers of Sydney  

Picnic and playground facilities for families are also in the park.
Another way to build community and stay connected with your local area is to join the Pennant Hills Civic Trust.  You may have noticed that we’re sending less hand-delivered paper newsletters and emailing members instead. Please join us – go to:

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