A favourite for local inner-westies, lots of people are getting their move on with or without their 4 legged friends. Dogs are welcome in much of the park. There is a cafe area on the St Peters side with great coffee
Sydney has plenty of green luscious parks, which allow the flora and fauna of the city to thrive. The parks of Sydney are located in the vicinity of the city, and surrounds. Some with pools, playgrounds, tennis courts, cricket grounds and more! Some are dog friendly and lots even have equipment for hire! Favourite Sydney Parks loved by locals include Centennial Park, Sydney Park, Observatory Hill and Dudley Page Reserve. Head to a park with a book, picnic, friends, football and more!
Camperdown Park is the place where Newtown & Camperdown gathers. It is a big park, with street art on it's boundary walls, and full of people on a beautiful day. It's perfect to take your dog for a walk (or to dog watch
There’s are dozens of parks on the Balmain Peninsula but this is one of the nicest. For adults, grab a coffee from one of the many cafes on Darling St then head down to the point of the park to enjoy the view of the
Grab a book and head to Blues point reserve at McMahon's point. There is a beautiful grassy area with plenty of sunny spots (if you have a blanket) or some chairs in the shade where you can read in peace, enjoy the
Rushcutter's Bay is a great park in Sydney's east with a couple of Cafe's and some beautiful scenery. Walk through the park from New South Head road until you hit the water and then keep walking. One end of the park you
Head to Jubilee lightrail station (or drive there) and take a wander around Jubilee park and blackwattle bay. There’s ovals, an off-leash dog park and plenty on water vantage points of the harbour. You can walk all the
If you're looking for the perfect picnic spot close to the Sydney city then I'd highly recommend Observatory Hill. Featuring a million dollar view of the harbour, the Sydney Bridge and North Sydney this is a popular spot
There are so many places around Sydney you cant take your best friend to, or if you don’t have a dog you can still find plenty of play mates.A must see spot is Rose Bay Beach, an off leash dog beach – it is a pooches
The wharf and pool at Clifton Gardens is a great place to jump from on a hot summer day. When the tides out you can find yourself plummeting 3-4metres before hitting the water, one of the more extreme harbour pool jumps.
Queen's Park slopes down hill towards the west from its Bondi end so is the perfect place to catch a Sydney sunset. There are plenty of seats throughout the park or a great place to sit is on the 'cliffs' at the Bondi
Nielsen park has a great little restaurant overlooking the beach that's great for a nibble before or after a cool down swim. Get a table with a window view at Nielsen Park restaurant and the meal experience is made 10x
Kangaroo's are one of Australia's most iconic animals. That is why Australia is called the country of the Kangaroo.I always wanted to see Kangaroo with my bare eye. Then, my friends told me that we could see a Kangaroo
If you prefer things a bit more low key than the hussle and bussle of Bondi why not seek out a secluded stretch of sand at Vaucluse in Sydney's East.There are two quiet beaches within Sydney Harbour National Park in
The bay walk is a beautiful place to go for a walk by yourself or with your child. it is stroller friendly with open smooth paths and is surrounded with fresh air and sights of calm water.Once you've walked all the way
This Spot located just a slight walk from Neilson's park beach is perfect for your more adventurous types. There is a cliff jump into the beautiful Sydney Harbour, which is only about 4 - 5 metres high. Although it can
Dudley Page Reserve is probably boasts the most beautiful view in Sydney, Seriously this parks view of the city, Harbour Bridge and Opera House is extremely hard to beat. Located in Dover Heights, the Dudley Page Reserve
talking from experience, a walk trough Cabarita park is a PERFECT first date, especially at night.The serenity and sounds is truly breathtaking. As well as hearing the slight crash of the water on the rocks, which is
Take a walk along the Fairylands Loop. Starting at North Ryde Train Station (easily accessible by bus or train), heading down through Julius Avenue until you walk parallel to Lane Cove River. Explore the 'Fairylands'
The Great River Walk is a free walk from the Victoria Bridge in Penrith to the Penrith Valley Bridge (M4 Motorway Bridge heading to the mountains) which is around 8 Kilometres round trip, maps are also available online.