Bicentennial Park

Address: Bicentennial Park Glebe NSW 2037

Tags: dog friendly, park

Bicentennial Park runs the length of Rozelle Bay from the end of Glebe Point Road to Chapman Road in the west. The park contains a large enclosed and shaded playground featuring adventure play equipment including a rope climber, roller slides, sand pits and extensive climbing structures with elevated decks. A sandy beach and water steps provide convenient access to the water for paddling and recreational boating. The Esther Abraham Pavilion providing shelter and stunning views across Rozelle Bay to the ANZAC bridge is a popular spot available for hire for weddings, ceremonies and parties.

West of the canal, Bicentennial Park is an off-leash area at all times, while the eastern section including the adjoining Pope Paul Reserve is an on-leash area.

You can stretch your pooch’s legs while taking in Homebush Bay and environs, including the old Armoury and the Olympic Park.

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