Mort Bay Park
Mort Bay Park has numerous open space areas, an all abilities playground and great views of Sydney Harbour.
Built in 1854, it was Australia's first large scale dry dock.
During WWI and WWII the docks were busy places, building minesweepers and corvettes. Mort's Dock and engineering closed in 1958.
Mort Street, Birchgrove
- Water's Edge
- Basketball (one full court)
- Basketball (two half courts on dock area)
- Picnic Tables
- Commercial Fitness Training Permitted (from 6:30am)
- No dogs within 10m of playground
- Dogs on Leash on dry dock area and playground side of the Park
- Dogs off Leash in other area's (check map below)
Dog on and off leash areas
Mort Bay Park Dogs On and Off Leash Area Map (PDF 2.6MB)
Using Council's booking system
Before you begin
Bookings will not be accepted within seven (7) days of a proposed event date.
If engaging the services of contractor to provide equipment you will be required to submit public liability insurance
How to make a booking for the first time and set up an account
At the bottom of each park's respective information page there is
an 'Apply online here' tab that will take you to the booking system.
here you will be able to make a provisional booking request for your preferred
event date and upload your documents.
see the following guide to assist you.
Cancelling a booking
Log in to your account and go to 'My Bookings', and for the relevant booking, click on 'Manage'.
Once in the booking, click on the "Request Cancellation" tab on the top right or bottom of the booking.
Please see the following guide to assist you.
Make a general enquiry
You can use Council's online customer service request system to make a general enquiry about our parks.
Make a general park enquiry
You may also email the bookings team directly via email@example.com
Make a booking online
Book Mort Bay Park online
Book Mort Bay Village Green online