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Play in Our Parks

There are many different types of parks located across the City, here are some of the most popular.

Ryde Park

Located in the heart of Ryde this park has undergone some major improvements and now includes cricket and rugby facilities, landscaped gardens, a new café and a cenotaph in a relaxed and shaded green atmosphere. Read more.

Blenheim Park

Our premium playground for children, this park has barbecues, a flying fox, riding bike trail for kids and is one of the best playspaces in Sydney. The Park also has a model car track and a dog off leash area. Read more.

Putney Park

Pellisier Road, Putney. A waterfront park with a kiddies wet playground area including wading pool and super slide. There is a climbing net and the longest slide in the metropolitan area. There are excellent picnic and barbecue facilities. A great spot for larger groups. The Parramatta Valley Cycleway starts/finishes here. Pellisier Road leads to the vehicular punt that crosses Parramatta River linking Putney to Mortlake. Read more.

Banjo Paterson Park

Punt Road, Gladesville. Magnificent views of Looking Glass Bay and Parramatta River with wharf and jetty areas providing good boat access. This is a great park for picnics as there is a playground, barbecue and toilet facilities. "Rockend" cottage, a childhood home of the poet Banjo Paterson. Read more.

Meadowbank Park

Constitution Road, Meadowbank. Major sports field complex for football, soccer, cricket, baseball, hockey and netball. Bike and jogging track on Parramatta River foreshore, forming part of the Parramatta Valley Cycleway. Read more.

 

 

 

Last updated on 1 July 2015