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Kissing Point Park Upgrades

In early 2020, the City of Ryde asked for feedback on proposed upgrades in Kissing Point Park, Putney. Following the feedback received, Council developed a concept design for the upgrade of the boat ramp and amenities building and provided a community update with the design in late 2020.

Construction of the boat ramp has now commenced, with the amenities building works due to start in late 2021.

The delivery of these park upgrades have been made possible through support from Transport for NSW via the NSW Boating Now Program.


The works include:

  • Widening of the boat ramp to allow for two simultaneous users
  • Car park layout improvements
  • Additional seating and shelters
  • New fish cleaning table
  • Boat washdown facilities

The new amenities building will remain on the existing footprint of the current facility and will provide improved access and additional toilet amenities.

The future works will include demolishing the existing amenities building and construction of the new amenities building, which consists of male, female and accessible toilet facilities. 

Changed Conditions/Alternative Boat Ramps

Works will primarily be undertaken Monday to Friday between 7.00am and 6.00pm with some works scheduled outside these hours to coincide with tidal and marine operational requirements.

The boat ramp and amenities building will be closed for the duration of the works. The jetty will remain accessible at times during the construction. Other alternative boat ramp locations are available at Melrose Park, Rhodes, Silverwater, Concord and Drummoyne (see map below).

Some car parking spaces will be unavailable to allow for the construction site compound.

Where required, Traffic Control will be in place to manage traffic and pedestrian movements safely. 



Kissing Point Park, 87 Waterview St, Putney 2112 View Map

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87 Waterview St, Putney New South Wales 2112

Kissing Point Park

87 Waterview St, Putney 2112

Last updated on 23 September 2021