Rawson Park is surrounded by Sydney Harbour National Park and abandoned the military land.
Rawson Park in Mosman has something for everyone. Sports fans, people with dogs, and those who just love an awesome view will be glad they stopped by.
The Mosman Daily of 1932 reported Don Bradman and Stan McCabe both scoring a century at Rawson Park.
The rock cairn in Rawson Park was a gift from Scotland to the people of Australia as part of the 1988 Bicentenary. It celebrates the landing of Captain Arthur Phillip in Australia in 1788.
You will also notice a large Celtic cross standing over the grave of aviator, Keith Anderson, who lost his life while searching in the Australian desert for Charles Kingsford-Smith.
There’s plenty of seating netball courts, toilets change rooms, car park and street parking.
If you like walking & riding your Bike then you’ll enjoy the paved walking tracks.
If you’re planning on heading over to Mosman then check out our blog post. 37 Fabulous Places To Visit In Mosman