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post-title Best Places To Go – 25 Sept 2017

Best Places To Go – 25 Sept 2017

Best Places To Go – 25 Sept 2017

Best Places To Go – 25 Sept 2017

Looking to discover new places to Visit over the school holidays?

We just hit 1716 Activity Venues on Places to Go

“Places To Go” helps you find exciting new adventures

We’re adding 20 to 30 Activity Venues Everyday.

So the team put together our Places To Go over the last Week.

So why not pack a picnic lunch and try some these out.

Let us know what you thought of these places.

Bicentennial Park – Glebe

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Stretching across Rozelle Bay, Bicentennial Park is bookended by Glebe Point Road and Chapman Road. Plenty of grass areas are available to sit and have a picnic, while kids won’t get bored with the large and fenced playground that features loads of equipment.

For more info on Bicentennial Park – Glebe

Address: Bicentennial Park, Glebe NSW 2037, Australia

Blackwattle Bay Park – Glebe

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The park includes the Glebe Foreshore Walk, which meanders along Blackwattle Bay. A selection of historical structures dot the area and barbecue and picnic areas are available. The foot of Leichhardt Street features a playground and the park is an off-leash area at all times.

For more info on Blackwattle Bay Park – Glebe

Address: Blackwattle Bay Park, 53 Leichhardt St, Glebe NSW 2037

Camp Cove Beach – Watsons Bay

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One of Sydney Harbour’s finest sandy beaches located adjacent to Sydney Harbour National Park.

The Watsons Bay area provided abundant fish, shellfish and food for the local Aboriginal community in a sheltered environment.

For more info on Camp Cove Beach – Watsons Bay

Address: Camp Cove Beach, Cove Street, Watsons Bay

Cook + Phillip Park – Sydney

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Located opposite Hyde Park, off Elizabeth Street, Cook + Phillip Park is known for its sleek, modern design. Unique water features meander their way throughout the space and feature small waterfalls and fountains. There’s plenty of green space and it’s very dog friendly, with the grass areas off-leash places at all times.

For more info on Cook + Phillip Park – Sydney

Address: Cook + Phillip Park 4 College St (Corner William St) Sydney NSW 2000

Freshwater Rockpool – Freshwater

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A 50 metre pool at the northern end of Freshwater Beach.

For more info on Freshwater Rockpool – Freshwater

Address: 4 Lumsdaine Dr Freshwater NSW 2096

Hogben Park – Kogarah

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Hogben Park is located at the corner of Harrow Road and Railway Parade in Kogarah and is 2.6 hectares in size. The park is registered as a site of local heritage significance as it represents a section of the Ocean View Estate subdivision which was established in 1883

For more info on  Hogben Park – Kogarah

Address: Hogben Park 2 Railway Parade Kogarah NSW 2217 Australia

Ma’anshan Friendship Park – Hurstville

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Ma’anshan Friendship Park is a newly created neighbourhood park situated on the corner of West Street and King Street, Hurstville. The park commemorates Kogarah City Council’s Sister City in China named Ma’anshan in the province of Anhui. Ma’anshan Friendship Park has helped to build the Sister City relationship between Ma’anshan and Kogarah that has developed since 2003, when knowledge was shared about environmental initiatives.

For more info on Ma’anshan Friendship Park – Hurstville

Address: Corner of West Street and King Street, Hurstville