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Sydney Park, St Peters

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  • The location of the Parkrun. Plenty of parking and a good 5k route to run. 20min cycle from the CBD. 
  • A beautiful spot to take a morning walk, the park is very quiet and pretty and made a perfect place to start out last Thursday in the city. 
  • They call this "park"? surrounded by factory warehouse and ugly concrete apartments, and inside this so call "park" is full of sewage drains, the place is always dusty, rubbish all over and no one eve...  more »
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  • Great park for young people with kids and dogs. It has a playground and a great bike park. It also has a small cafe that serves a small range of goodies and drinks. Very dog friendly park. Many trees and little pathways throughout the whole park. Also great for kite flying on top of the hill as its nice and windy a lot of the time.
  • A small medium sized Park in the middle of a very densely populated area and some major roads. Some fantastic facilities with a modern kids playground, plenty of ponds for ducks and swans beautifully maintained. A little bit of peace in the middle of Sydney's mayhem
  • This park has improved over the last ten years. Great views south and west from the top of the hill. Nice play equipment for children. Bike riding and a children's learners bike circuit. Café. Dog walking areas and off leash areas. Ponds full of birds. A nice spot in the middle of dense urban sprawl. Watch the planes coming into the airport down south.
  • knowing it was a reclaimed rubbish dump (can't build on for decades until the soil settles) I thought it looked boring the many times I just drove past it on the way to work until I went for a local council free nature tour and saw the lovely swamp reclamation pond/waterfall works and rush beds, native bird encouragement, and where they're starting a community farm for educating school kids if you stroll to the top of the hill, it has an amazing commanding 360 degree panorama views of the Sydney CBD to the north all the way to the airport to the south, including maybe Botany Bay if you like watching planes take off as I do, you can typically see one every few minutes from this park as it's close to the rising flight path. I'm not a dog lover, but I believe it's an off-leash park, so dog owners let their dogs run happily around, so there's that too.
  • Great spot in Sydney to escape the hussle and bussle of city life. BBQs are free and work great. Plenty of open space and there is a view of the city from the North side, on a hill. Well worth a visit. Guarantee it wont be your only visit.