Below is a list of the top and leading Parks in Sydney. To help you find the best Parks located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Sydney’s Best Parks:
Here are the leading Parks in Sydney:
- Bicentennial Park
- Wentworth Common
- Tumbalong Park
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Bicentennial Park is a 40-hectare (99-acre) of parkland located 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of City of Parramatta. Bicentennial Park is situated on the shores Homebush Bay and is a part of the Sydney Olympic Park in New South Wales, Australia. The Park is a natural heritage site featuring an important wetland ecosystem and parklands.
Recreation, Nature-based Tours, Environmental Education, Outdoor Event Experiences, Picnic areas, Cyrus the Great Statue, Playgrounds, Pathways and Cycle Ways, Sundial, Access to Wetlands, Salt Marsh, Bird Hides, Lake Belvedere, Peace Monument, Treillage Tower, the Silent Hearts Memorial Garden, Water features
Address: Australia Ave, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Phone: (02) 9714 7888
“Very good place to visit. I would recommend to be with your whole family and friends. It’s a great place to hangout with your friends and family. Specially kids will enjoy this area. When you get there please take some Longer time to be here. There are lots of BBQ burners with water views. Highly recommended.” -Md Samiur Rahman
Wentworth Common is a large grassy park sheltered by trees and nestled where Haslams Creek enters Homebush Bay. Enjoy a picnic on the grass or under a shady shelter. Fire up a free BBQ and have a sausage sizzle! Explore the kids activities at the adventure playground, complete with an enormous sandpit, slide, climbing frame, swings and shade sails! Ride the flying fox with a soft sand landing. Check out the large stone sculptures of the lizard and frog. Explore the shared pathways. Ride or walk the spiraling pathway to the top of the Bay Marker lookout for views of the wetlands, Haslams Creek, Homebush Bay and the city skyline.
Picnic, Dog walking (on leash at all times), Shared pathways, Electric BBQ, Adventure playground, Bird hide
Address: Marjorie Jackson Pkwy, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Phone: (02) 9714 7300
“The food was just splendid! The chicken was seasoned well, succulent and juicy…The burger I had was like biting into a delicious cloud and the overall cleanliness of the restaurant was welcoming! Literally walking in to order take-away and then ended up staying because the place was nice and clean. Thanks guys and keep up the good work.” -Wayne Leilua
Tumbalong Park – As well as hosting some of Sydney’s finest shops, restaurants and waterholes, Darling Harbour is home to one of the local area’s most iconic public spaces, Tumbalong Park.
The local area’s most discerning critics, kids, are raving about the 5 hectare park, which is as much fun as its title suggests.
Your family will love the sprawling play areas, which transform the area into a kid’s dream water park.
Make some waves and cool down at one of the 26 water jets, not to mention the people-powered water scoop, screw and squirt!
Kids Play Areas, Water Jest, Big Slide, Jumbo Swings, Tangled Web, 10-meter high Octanet Jungle Gym, public toilets, Cafes, Restaurants
Address: 11 Harbour St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9240 8500
“Lovely place in the city when you want to be around people, have some food and chats in beautiful environment..” -Tatjana Klimasauskiene