Glebe Foreshore Parks

Glebe Foreshore Parks

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Public playgrounds and outdoor fitness areas are open for use in line with public health orders.

We’re cleaning these facilities regularly. We recommend you wash your hands and wipe down the equipment before and after you use it.

Stay 1.5m away from others at all times and don’t use the equipment if you have any symptoms.

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Glebe Foreshore Parks

Nestled against the Glebe foreshore in the city's west, these 4 parks make up more than 17 hectares of open grasslands, sports fields, adventure playgrounds, wetlands and off-leash areas for dogs.

The parks also feature public toilets and bubblers, as well as barbecue and picnic areas. Glebe Foreshore Parks are well serviced by bus and light rail links.

Federal Park

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to venues for sports activities in Federal Park, with a floodlit field perfect for hockey and touch football as well as skateboard ramp open to the public. Your dog will love Federal Park too, with the grass sections off-leash areas at all times. Dogs are also allowed on the field when not in use for sport.

Car parking is available in Chapman Road. Bus and light rail services also travel to the park.

Jubilee Park

Upgraded in 2007, Jubilee Park’s historic cricket pavilion provides clean and modern changing facilities for players. The sports field is also ideal for a game of AFL or hockey.

The kids' playground was upgraded in 2014. Travelling to the park couldn’t be easier with bus and light rail services stopping nearby. Dogs are welcome, as long as they're on-leash.

Bicentennial Park

Stretching across Rozelle Bay, Bicentennial Park is bookended by Glebe Point Road and Chapman Road. Plenty of grass areas are available to sit and have a picnic, while kids won’t get bored with the large and fenced playground that features loads of equipment.

The park’s off-leash section is west of the canal, while dogs need to be on a leash in the eastern quarter.

Blackwattle Bay Park

The park includes the Glebe Foreshore Walk, which meanders along Blackwattle Bay. A selection of historical structures dot the area and barbecue and picnic areas are available. The foot of Leichhardt Street features a playground and the park is an off-leash area at all times.

Naturalisation project

Sydney Water will naturalise Johnstons Creek between Rozelle Bay and The Crescent. The project includes creating a natural planted stormwater system and increasing salt marsh around the creek. The footbridge near Dalgal Way will be replaced, new seating, a boardwalk and paths will be created.

The project will improve the local environment and create a beautiful space for everyone to enjoy. Construction will start in January 2020 and is expected to finish mid-2021. Visit Sydney Water to find out more.


Glebe Foreshore Parks
Chapman Road
Glebe NSW 2037

Last updated: Friday, 15 May 2020