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Come & discover Hermitage Foreshore Walk Vaucluse NSW 2030.
Hermitage Foreshore Walk, Bayview Hill Road Vaucluse
Hermitage Foreshore Walk – Vaucluse
March Street reserve is a landscaped stairwell providing through access between Bellevue Road and March Street.
March Street Reserve, March Street, Bellevue Hill
March Street Reserve – Bellevue Hill
Enjoy cricket in summer and rugby and soccer in winter at this quiet, secluded venue
Burraneer Avenue, St Ives
Barra Brui Reserve – St Ives
Herbert St, Oatley
Herbert St, Oatley
Oatley Point Reserve – Oatley
This small reserve on Clovelly Road, Randwick, has a paved area with seats. There are no facilities on site.
58R Clovelly Road, Randwick NSW 2031
Saint Mary McKillop Place – Randwick
Come & discover Kevin Dwyer Park Colyton NSW 2760. Play system, swings with mulch softfall.
Kevin Dwyer Park - Colyton
Kevin Dwyer Park – Colyton
Sutherland Park is named after the Hon. John Sutherland (1816-1889), Secretary for Public Works at the time of the building of the railway. Born in Scotland, he paid his passage to NSW in 1838 and worked as a builder, grazier, businessman and politician. He was Mayor of the Municipal Council of Sydney in 1861, and Member of NSW Parliament 1860-1889.
Sutherland Park, Sutherland Road, Chatswood
Sutherland Park – Chatswood
Conveniently located close to transport and shops, this venue is perfect for meetings, classes and small parties. It can accommodate up to 60 people and has a piano and projector with screen. Available to hire Sunday – Thursday 7am to 11pm, and Friday to Saturday 7am to midnight.
259 Pacific Highway Lindfield Australia
Lindfield Seniors Centre / Community Hall – Lindfield
Small park with seating
Corner Pacific Highway and Burleigh Street Lindfield Australia
Millwood Park – Lindfield
A large park located on the ridge top in Cammeray. While most of the gently sloping land has been landscaped as a golf course, the Park contains a variety of other sports facilities and many pleasant areas to sit and relax.
Park Avenue CammerayCremorne New South Wales 2062
Cammeray Park – Cremorne
205/215 Holt Rd Taren Point
Apsley Place Baseball Field – Taren Point
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 and extended across the railway line. The establishment of the railway severed this area from the rest of the Estate.
Hogben Park 2 Railway Parade Kogarah NSW 2217 Australia
Hogben Park – Kogarah
Fenced playground with swingset and seating, located next to East Lindfield shops
11 Wellington Road East Lindfield Australia
Dukes Green – East Lindfield
This park located on the corner of Middle Street and Jane Street, Randwick, features grassed and paved areas, along with barbecue facilities, picnic tables and seating. The park is named after the first Mayor of Randwick City, Simeon Pearce.
121-123R Middle Street, Randwick NSW 2031
Simeon Pearce Park – Randwick
Small park with seating near Lindfield station and shops
335 Pacific Highway, Lindfield
Lindfield Rotary Park – Lindfield
Multi-purpose sports facility with turf and synthetic wickets plus two practice nets for cricket, floodlit tennis courts, rugby fields and playground at Lindfield Soldiers Memorial Park.
62a Tryon Road, East Lindfield
Lindfield Oval – East Lindfield
Small local park with swings only. Upgraded 2007.
Mil Mil Street McMahons Point New South Wales 2060
Mary French Reserve Park – McMahons Point
The north end of Curl Curl at the entrance of Curl Curl Lagoon. An off-leash dog exercise area is behind the dunes at Adam Street Reserve and no dogs are allowed on the beach. Swiming in Curl Curl Lagoon is not recommended.
Griffin Road North Curl Curl NSW 2099
North Curl Curl Beach – North Curl Curl
Named after Ardthelmon Castle (pronounced Art-e-mon), the Irish home of William Gore (1765-1845) who was Provost-Marshal under Governor Bligh in the Rum Rebellion of 1808. Gore was granted 150 acres in 1810 from the present day St Leonards to Artarmon Station. In 1869 at the request of Council, the NSW Government set aside 140 acres of the land as a public reserve; now only 17 acres (9.5 hectares) remain. The remnant bushland in this reserve contains distinctive flora where Wianamatta Shale soils meet Hawkesbury Sandstone soils. In 1913 the reserve was dedicated as a park under the care, control and management of Willoughby Council.
Artarmon Reserve,Burra Road, Artarmon
Artarmon Reserve – Artarmon
A centrally located and well-used urban park. With paving, pathways and rolling lawns dotted with mature specimen trees, Civic Park is a pleasant meeting place for the North Sydney community. North Sydney’s Civic Centre opened in September 1982. The site was the subject of numerous plans, both commercial and civic, since it was first mooted as a civic centre in the 1940s. The Civic Centre incorporates a number of existing buildings, including the Council Chambers and the Stanton Library, together with a park area consisting of lawns and gardens, known as Civic Park.
200 Miller Street North Sydney New South Wales 2060
Civic Park & Community Centre – North Sydney
A lovely shaded park in the heart of Kensington located on the corner of Duke Street and Balfour Road. The park includes a fenced playground, interactive play equipment, a small bicycle track and a large open grassed area set below Balfour Street.
43R Duke Street, Kensington NSW 2033
Wills Reserve – Kensington
Small local park with a concrete footpath leading through it
Myall Avenue Wahroonga Australia
Myall Avenue Park – Wahroonga
Local park with playground and seating
Corner Athena Avenue and Hayle Street St Ives Australia
Athena Avenue Reserve – St Ives
Come visit & discover Welby Oval Welby NSW 2575. Facilities: Sports field including cricket pitch, children’s play area, picnic area including BBQ’s and toilet facilities.
Welby Oval. Mittagong Street, Welby
Welby Oval – Welby
High Cross Park is an open green space in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Randwick. It contains some large trees offering shade and there are also picnic tables and water fountains. It is home to the City’s cenotaph, remembering all wars served by residents of Randwick City. The Minister for Transport announced on 17 September 2015 that High Cross Park would be saved and the proposed light rail terminal moved to nearby High St.
217-219R Avoca Street, Randwick NSW 2031
High Cross Park – Randwick
Soccer fields, playground and synthetic wicket
97a Campbell Drive Wahroonga Australia
Browns Field – Wahroonga
The South Maroubra Village Green is located adjacent to the South Maroubra Shopping Village on Meagher Avenue off Malabar Road. It’s a grassed area which includes a children’s playground. The park is also the location of many regular events such as the South Maroubra Village Green Art Show and the South Maroubra Community Christmas Carols.
5-19R Meagher Avenue, Maroubra NSW 2035
South Maroubra Village Green – Maroubra
Come visit & discover Cedars Park Claremont Meadows NSW 2747. Play equipment, swings with mulch softfall.
Cedars Park Sunflower Dr,Claremont Meadows NSW 2747, Australia
Cedars Park – Claremont Meadows
Elliot Place Reserve is a pocket park located off Elliot Place, Hillsdale.
Elliot Place Reserve, Elliot Place, Hillsdale 2036
Elliot Place Reserve – Hillsdale
Small local park with a tap available and a pathway through the park.
Corner Mona Vale Road and Highlands Avenue Gordon Australia
Kirby Park – Gordon
The Sydney Morning Herald on 20 October 1854 said it was: A pretty marine villa with commanding views of Port Jackson. Built in the first half of the 19th century, it was acquired by North Sydney Council in 1979 and converted into a local history museum, and is one of Council’s premier historical sites open to the public. It is a rare example of an early timber slab house nestled in a remnant Victorian garden. Featuring the history of the house and its former occupants, Don Bank’s displays focus on social history and our changing times.
6 Napier St, North Sydney, 2060
Don Bank Museum – North Sydney
Bradley Avenue reserve is a small terraced garden that provides through access from Bradley Avenue to Victoria Road.
Bradley Avenue, Bellevue Hill.
Bradley Avenue Reserve – Bellevue Hill.
Enjoy your cricket and soccer at this beautiful facility inside Lane Cove National Park, complete with BBQ facilities. Please be aware that dogs are banned from National Parks at all times.
Fiddens Wharf Oval, Fiddens Wharf Road, Killara
Fiddens Wharf Oval – Killara
Bangor Park is a sloping park with level areas fronting Oberon Street and Rainbow Street.
118-128R Oberon Street , Coogee
Bangor Park – Coogee
Multi-purpose sports facility with turf wicket, two cricket nets, soccer field, seven tennis courts, one multi-purpose/netball court, BBQ, playground and dog off-leash area.
Chelmsford Avenue Roseville Australia
Roseville Park – Roseville
Small local park
Corner Apps Avenue and Shelley Road North Turramurra Australia
Dairyman’s Reserve – North Turramurra
Toowoon Bay beach has been awarded Australia’s Cleanest Beach (2007) and the Friendliest Beach.
Swadling Reserve, TOOWOON BAY NSW 2261
Toowoon Bay – Toowoon Bay
Local park with playground and seating, backing on to gorgeous bushland near the Lane Cove River
End of Bradfield Road Lindfield Australia
Airman’s Park – Lindfield
Moncur Reserve is a small grassed area with seating on the corner of Moncur and Morrell Streets.
Moncur Street Reserve,
Moncur Street Reserve – Woollahra
St Ives Showground is Ku-ring-gai’s largest sports and recreation venue with equestrian and dog training rings, soccer field, BMX riding facilities, BBQs and picnic tables.
450 Mona Vale Road, St Ives
St Ives Showground – St Ives
The Pool complex (Pool & Gym & Creche) allows everyone to combine swimming with other leisure or fitness pursuits in the one spectacular location overlooking Sydney Harbour, next door to Luna Park and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Customers can pay per-visit or choose a membership package of fees in order to enjoy the heated swimming facilities and full use of the gymnasium, spa and sauna.
4 Alfred St S, Milsons Point NSW 2061, Australia
North Sydney Olympic Pool – Milsons Point
Playground with swingset, slide and seating
Corner Melbourne Road and Canberra Crescent, East Lindfield
Follies Park – East Lindfield
Balcombe Heights Sportsground (Masonic Ovals) features two single sports fields with a synthetic cricket pitch located in the centre of each. The cricket pitches are covered in the winter. Both are only small fields and best suited to local lower level sports. Touch football is played during the summer season on both fields and Soccer in Winter.
Seven Hills Road, Baulkham Hills 2153
Balcombe Heights Estate (Masonic Oval) – Baulkham Hills
This historic park caters for sports such as netball, softball, cricket and training for rugby and soccer. A popular location for other leisure activities such as walking and jogging.
Lough Playing Fields,Manning Road, Double Bay
Lough Playing Fields – Double Bay
Perfect for family functions, meetings and indoor sports activities. East Roseville Community Hall can accommodate up to 120 people. The hall is fully equipped with kitchen, toilets with disabled access, air conditioning, and a newly refurbished outdoor playground.
6 Babbage Road Roseville Australia
Roseville Chase Memorial Community Centre Hall – Roseville
A landscaped terrace garden located on the corner of Rose Bay Avenue and New South Head Road, Rose Bay.
Corner of Rose Bay Avenue and New South Head Road, Rose Bay NSW 2029
Bungaree Reserve – Rose Bay
Local park with playground and seating
Corner Ramsay Avenue and Evans Street West Pymble Australia
Ramsay Avenue Reserve – West Pymble
Oatley Memorial Gardens offers a pleasant outdoor area for residents and visitors near the centre of Oatley Village. Located between Oatley Parade and Oatley Avenue, south of Hurstville Road, the Gardens are a green gateway into the centre of Oatley Village.
Oatley Ave, Oatley
Oatley Memorial Gardens – Oatley
Named after H.J. Greville an auditor of the Borough of Willoughby in the 1880s. The land was previously the site of a dairy started by Gladys Homer in the early 1930s. In the 1950s the land was subdivided and sold to Cumberland County Council. The land formed a boundary with the Army Rifle Range until its relocation in 1955. In 1960 the land was sold to Willoughby Municipal Council and named Greville Street Reserve. Willoughby City Council acknowledges the Cameraigal people as the traditional inhabitants of the area.
Greville Park,Greville Street ,Chatswood
Greville Park – Chatswood
The SS Barcoo was a coastal passenger steamer built in Scotland in 1885. The ship was hulked in 1911 and used as a naval coal ship in Sydney Harbour.
54 Barcoo St, Roseville
Barcoo Reserve – Roseville
A lovely shaded park on the corner of Arthur Street and Botany Street in Randwick. This park is one of Randwick’s lesser known parks and could be a good option when the other playgrounds get busy.
20R Botany Street, Randwick NSW 2031
Writtle Park – Randwick
Fred Hollows Reserve is a unique vegetated gully in the heart of Randwick City. It is a natural area in Glebe Gully in the Eastern Suburbs. It is a two hectare park that follows a gully from Alison Road to Clovelly Road. The reserve has a footbridge/boardwalk built across the creek which is a pleasant 30 minute walk up the gorge from Alison Road to Bligh Place. There are picnic facilities throughout the reserve and the viewing platforms allow you to take in much of the natural flora and fauna that lives within the tranquil space.
63R St Marks, Randwick NSW 2031
Fred Hollows Reserve – Randwick
The North Turramurra Recreation Area (NTRA) sport facility features a synthetic Soccer sportsfield, small synthetic practice areas, two natural turf soccer fields (winter season) as well as cricket nets and a Cricket pitch to utilise in the (summer season). The facility also offers superior lighting for night time training and competition purposes.
361 Bobbin Head Road North Turramurra 2074 Australia
North Turramurra Recreation Area (NTRA) – North Turramurra
Euroka, Street Playground caters primarily to older children and incorporates many fitness and strength activities such as monkey bars, rope climbers and vertical wall climbers with more traditional activities such as slides, spinners and a spring-mounted skateboard. Fitness equipment including a stepper and stand-up swing invites adults to use the space as well. A low masonry wall provides a hang-out space adjacent to a rubber surfaced hand-ball court. The playground is set into a lush shaded location and provides a relaxed meeting space for both adults and local children.
Euroka Street Waverton New South Wales 2060
Euroka Street Park – Waverton
Local park with playground and seating
Hillary Street, West Pymble
Applegum Way – West Pymble
Named after Henry Currey, Chatswood resident and prospector. In 1897 Henry Currey subdivided and sold his land on the corner of Victor Street and Albert Avenue to finance his mining ventures, and dedicated Tingha Street to Council. Tingha is a tin mining town south of Inverell, NSW. This park, including the former Tingha St, was created in response to increasing residential development in the Chatswood CBD in the mid 1970s.
Currey Park,Victor Street, Chatswood
Currey Park – Chatswood
Come visit & discover Gilmore Street Reserve Colyton NSW 2760. Play equipment, swings with mulch softfall.
Gilmore Street Reserve - Colyton
Gilmore Street Reserve – Colyton
Located on Broome Street Maroubra, this reserve includes seating and a playground that was built in 2014. The new playground was partly funded, with a generous donation by the late Dr Lynn Joseph.
114R Broome Street, Maroubra NSW 2035
Ocean View Reserve – Maroubra
Medium size park with shady trees.
St James Reserve Cnr St James Rd, & Gowrie St Bondi Junction 2022
St James Reserve – Bondi Junction
Randwick Environment Park comprises 13 hectares of parkland, bushland and wetland. The bushland and wetland provides valuable habitat for native birds, lizards, frogs and mammals. More than 90 species of indigenous plants have been identified to date. The Park contains 3.6 hectares of Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub, an endangered ecological community, and is also home to the endangered Sunshine Wattle. The park, originally part of the Randwick Army Barracks, opened in 2010.
6R Argyle Crescent, Randwick NSW 2031
Randwick Environment Park – Randwick
Named after the aboriginal word meaning ‘to barter’.
Denawen Avenue, Castle Cove
Denawen Park – Castle Cove
Contains a small playground and park benches.
Spring Street Playground,Spring Street, Paddington
Spring Street Playground – Paddington
Small park with swingset, slide and seating
Curtin Avenue North Wahroonga Australia
McMahon Park – North Wahroonga
The park caters for sports such as cricket, rugby union and soccer. It is also a great place to enjoy a sunny day with a picnic rug or a pair of joggers.
Rushcutters Bay Park,New Beach Road, Darling Point
Rushcutters Bay Park – Darling Point
Rocky Point Rd, Sans Souci
Rocky Point Rd, Sans Souci
Sans Souci Park – Sans Souci
Come & discover Tingira Beach Vaucluse NSW 2030.
Tingira Beach, Tingara Ave, Vaucluse NSW
Tingira Beach – Vaucluse
Predominantly a facility for younger users, this playground capitalises on the existing trees as integral parts of the play space; creating child-scale play gardens. The playground is subtly divided into separate play spaces connected by colourful stepping stone pathways, low level bridges, quiet sitting areas dotted with giant rubber toadstools, and a range of ground level activities. Out in the main play area a central deck structure offers slides and a cubby area while a four-person spring-mounted pony rocker and a giant spinning teacup offer fun activities for small groups. Small sculptures scattered around the gardens offer wonderful ‘discoveries’ for the youngsters.
oung Street Cremorne New South Wales 2090
Grasmere Children’s Park – Cremorne
Named after John J. Roche J.P., local resident and activist on the Northbridge Progress Association from 1945-75.
John Roche Park, Roche Lane, Northbridge
John Roche Park – Northbridge
This is a beautifully shaded park with well separated play areas for seniors and juniors. The custom-designed senior equipment is challenging and suited to teenagers. The junior play area has a variety of equipment with some suited to toddlers and some for users up to 10 years.
Warwick Avenue Cammeray New South Wales 2062
Green Park – Cremone
Frank Doyle Park is a small corner park in on Randwick Street, Randwick. It is has two levels, with the upper level containing open green space and seating. The lower level is fully fenced and contains a playground.
2-10R Randwick Street, Randwick NSW 2031