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Take your dog, and your friends you won’t be disappointed there is something different to see at ever corner, ponds wetlands, easy walking, don’t forget to look at the old brick yards,
There’s even a coffee shop in the middle, didn’t have a coffee so...More
We had a very long layover in Sydney and with two small children, this park was perfect. The kids loved the playground, in particular the rope climbing structure. We spent a bit of time walking the park grounds and lucked out with a sunny day....More
This large park is creatively landscaped and it’s undulating hills provide some great lookout points across the city. Full of children’s adventure playgrounds, areas for dog walkers and beautiful water features, with a mix of natural and more cultivated zones.
Enjoyed a picnic lunch here after walking the paths of this beautiful park. There is a wetland area with so many pretty birds. You could sit and enjoy the scenery for hours. There is a good play area for kids and a small cafe. There...More
We went to the playground on a late Saturday afternoon with our toddler. The Sydney Park playground is busy but a really good playground. If you go... prepare to have fun but also have your patience challenged. There is something to do for all age...More
Extensive walking and cycling paths throughout this beautiful park. Wetland filtration system for storm water collected within the park provides a great habitat for many water birds, turtles and eels. Could use more shade areas but Sydney Council upgrades the facilities from time to time....More
Sydney park is an oasis of peace in a busy city. Ideal for young families as they have a roadway set up for children to ride their bikes or scooters on and a covered asphalt area to protect them from the sun. Lots of trails...More
We went to the park because it was close to St Peters railway station but the station doesn't have a lift so negotiating the stairs with a pram was tricky (probably better to drive). From there it was a short walk to the park. The...More