Hammond Park

Hammond Park is a beautiful community park used for soccer in winter and cricket in summer. The tennis court is free to use (no booking required) and open with lighting until 10pm.

Hammond Park is the site of Ashfield's first cricket established in 1875. It was owned by a local butcher who leased the land, and later sold it, to Ashfield Cricket Club. In 1910 it was bought by the then-Ashfield Council and soon afterwards renamed Hammond Park after Mark J Hammond, former mayor and MP.

Location

Frederick Street, Ashfield 

 

Facilities

  • Sporting field
  • Playground
  • Tennis court (no booking required, open until 10pm)
  • Toilets

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Page last updated: 23 Sep 2019