Leppington Village

A vibrant, walkable precinct anchored by major supermarket.

Location: Dharawal Country, Ingleburn Rd, Leppington NSW
Status: Completed

Leppington Village sees the transformation of a former agricultural site into a thriving, interconnected mixed-use precinct. It creates a unique identity and sets the tone for surrounding developments. The design is future-focused and flexible to integrate with soon-to-be developed pockets of residential, whilst also paying homage to the region's history and anticipating its rapidly evolving future.

The design blends traditional materials with contemporary forms. An arcade style design hosts open cafes and retail spots; a mix of materiality welcomes in pedestrians as they approach from the nearby train station. A saw-tooth roof detail references Leppington’s agricultural roots complemented by a material palette including brick, tile and metal cladding.

In contrast, the façade along Ingleburn Road responds to the urban context with a sleek, dynamic, curved design. Both facades intersect at the clock tower and main entrance where a piazza space fosters incidental interactions between visitors and the neighbouring community. A unique 70-metre-long Indigenous artwork frames Rickard Road, depicting native Lomandra Longifolia grasses.