Sydney Park, St Peters

4.5
#23 of 78 in Parks in Sydney
Nature / Park Must See
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  • First time here last Sunday. A good use of an old brick pit. There are the old kilns of the brick pit. There is many different areas including wet lands, play area open fields , trees and a kiosk. The...  more »
  • Our dog Hitchcock has quickly become a regular at Sydney Park. The large off-leash areas and regular assortment of dogs of all shapes and sizes make this place a canine utopia!  more »
  • It is a large park there at the end of the main Street Kings Street will leave the bustling new town in about 30 minutes by bus from the Centre of Sydney. Originally industrial, green spaces and parks made. At the entrance of the park there was a large brick chimney of 3 ex-factory. From a small hill in Central Park looks among the skyscrapers of the CITY, opposite the Sydney International Airport.
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  • I love Sydney Park. It's a great place to go for exercise, a picnic, or just a nice stroll. It has a big leashless zone which is great for dogs, and a big playground for kids. There is a little private picnic area by the river, with river stones to walk across and also a place for kids to ride their bikes/scooters. Parking is always full so if you can get public transport, that's much better.
  • It's a shame Sydney Park is so busy in some of the areas, and impinged on by development and flight noise, because it's got some of the nicest walking paths in all of Sydney, hidden in the middle. Taking your kids to the bike track to teach them how to ride safely in traffic may be one option, but best done in the winter when fewer people are there - not on a public holiday in on a cooler summer day. The biggest issue apart from the sheer volume of kids is the fact that the parents of older kids use it as an excuse to sit on a bench and forget their troubles for a bit - while the older kids often cut off and mow the younger ones down while their own parents look on aghast. The rest of it - the woods, the marsh, the hills are all worth taking the time you have on a lazy saturday - and the cafe is worth a stop in at for simple but tasty food.
  • It's a massive place perfect for day's picnic. Perfect for jogging or walking your pet. Several improvements ongoing as of this review. It's peaceful and wide. Special spots for kids playground and biking. You can get lost if you're not familiar with the place.
  • Great place for all. Large open spaces. Good walking and bike track. Great for kids. Excellent play area for kids.
  • Great view from the top of the hill to see the non stop rising cranes and ugly apartment towers that now dominate the sydney skyline. Also good for plane spotting and sunsets behind the chimney stacks. Dogs love it too!

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