Nature & Parks
With so many parks, bushland, flora and fauna to discover, Parramatta has plenty of beautiful places to get into nature.
Blaxland Riverside Park
Kids absolutely love Blaxland Riverside Reserve's huge children's playground area with a double flying fox, mega-swing, tunnel slides, scramble wall, viking swing, multi-level treehouse and a large outdoor water play area.
James Ruse Water & Skate Park
To cool down with the kids, head to James Ruse Reserve Water Playground & Skate Park.
Parramatta Park: The People's Park
This spectacular, UNESCO World Heritage-listed park provides an idyllic space for the Parramatta and wider community to come together and tells a unique story of Australia's history.
Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park features mangrove boardwalks and bird watching, a children's water playground at the Aquatic Centre, as well as tennis, mini golf, volleyball and
Bicentennial Park is a diverse natural park combining the Badu Mangroves wetlands, with 40 hectares of beautiful parklands featuring gentle hills, lakeside meadows and soothing
Birds Australia Discovery Centre
Located next to the Newington Nature Reserve in the heritage precinct Newington Armory, the Birds Australia Discovery Centre is open to the public and provides
Brickpit Ring Walk
The Ring Walk is an elevated circular walkway that allows visitors to access and view the Brickpit from above while preserving the habitat of the
Lake Parramatta Reserve and recreation area
Lake Parramatta Reserve is a 73 hectare bushland and parkland reserve located within two kilometres of the Parramatta central business district. It is the largest