Parks in Ashfield

Albert Parade Reserve

Albert Parade, Ashfield

  • Landscaped area
  • Children's playground

Allman Park

Corner Norton and Victoria Streets, Ashfield

A restful, picturesque park with equal access.

  • Accessible for sight impaired people
  • Fragrant gardens
  • BBQ
  • Rest area

Ashfield Park

Corner Orpington Street and Parramatta Road, Ashfield

A spacious, leafy park. The Ashfield War Memorial, located in the park, was originally unveiled in 1921 and commemorates Australians who served and died in conflict.

  • Ashfield Bowling Club
  • Children's play area
  • Picnic area
  • BBQ
  • Sporting field

Banks Street closure

72 Frederick Street, Ashfield

  • Rest area

Bill Peters Reserve

18-20 The Avenue, Ashfield

  • Junior tennis court
  • Rest park

Brunswick Parade Reserve

Brunswick Parade, Ashfield

  • Landscaped area with trees

Elizabeth Street Playground

132A Elizabeth Street, Ashfield

  • Children's enclosed playground

Explorers Park

Corner Liverpool and Parramatta Roads, Ashfield 

A small park commemorating the pioneering explorers of Australia's early colonial history. Explorers Park is located at the intersection of Parramatta and Liverpool Roads, where many of these explorers began their journey from Sydney.

  • Landscaped rest park

Graham Reserve

Palace Street, Ashfield

  • Landscaped area

Hammond Park

Frederick Street, Ashfield 

The field at Hammond Park is 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.

Ashfield's first cricket ground was established on this site 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.

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

Pratten Park

Arthur Street, Ashfield

  • Playground
  • Sporting field
  • Grandstand
  • Pratten Park Bowling Club (phone 02 9798 7489)
  • Western Suburbs Lawn Tennis Association
  • Thirning Villa, home of Council's Artist in Residence and the Ashfield & District Historical Society.

Rose Street Playground

Rose Street, Ashfield

  • Children's playground

Rotary Park

48 Alt Street, Ashfield

  • Rest park
  • Children's play area

Victoria Square Reserve

Victoria Square, Ashfield

  • Grassed area with trees

Yeo Park and Gough Reserve

Victoria Street and Canterbury Road, Ashfield

  • Rest park
  • Children's playground
  • Cricket pitch


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