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Filtered Water Stations
Filtered water refill stations are being installed in parks, plazas and sporting facilities across our City to encourage our community to make smarter environmental and lifestyle choices.
Council hopes the filtered water stations will reduce the use of plastic bottles which often end up as litter or in landfill, as well as make it easier for residents to enjoy a healthy drink when they’re out and about.
The filtered water stations each have a water fountain, bottle refill point and some also include a dog bowl. They are located near popular sporting fixtures and walking paths.
Locations of the filtered water stations are:
- Adventure Park, Ryde
- Anderson Park, Meadowbank (no dog bowl)
- Banjo Paterson Park, Gladesville
- Brush Farm Park, Eastwood (near amenity building)
- Christie Park, Macquarie Park (no dog bowl)
- Dunbar Park, Marsfield (no dog bowl)
- Eastwood Mall, Eastwood (no dog bowl)
- Eastwood Park, Eastwood (lower oval)
- Elouera Reserve, Macquarie Park
- ELS Hall Park, Marsfield (near field 1)
- Glen Reserve, Eastwood (no dog bowl)
- Kissing Point Park, Putney (near Riverwalk)
- Meadowbank Park, Meadowbank (near field 3 and walking path)
- Meadowbank Park, Meadowbank (near field 9 and netball courts)
- Meadowbank Park (Skate Park)
- Memorial Park, Meadowbank (near Riverwalk)
- Morrison Bay Park, Putney (near amenity building)
- Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre
- Ryde Park, Ryde (near field 1)
- Ryde Park, Ryde (near basketball court)
- Santa Rosa Park, Ryde
- Tuckwell Park, Macquarie Park
- Waterloo Park, Marsfield (no dog bowl)
- West Ryde Plaza
This City of Ryde project has been supported by the NSW EPA’s Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.
Last updated on 19 August 2020