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Water Play

James Ruse Water Playground
Dundas Water Playground
Ollie Webb Water Playground
City of Parramatta water play parks are temporarily closed. This decision was made in response to the current circumstances presented by Coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit City of Parramatta's COVID-19 webpage for the latest information. 


Sports grounds will reopen for outdoor sporting competitions from Wednesday 1 July for both adults and children. Further information can be found on the NSW Office of Sport website


City of Parramatta provides water play facilities that offer opportunities for children to participate in water-based activities during the warmer months of the year. Water play features include fountains, tipping buckets, water jets and other interactive features.

Don't forget to be sun smart and slip, slop, slap when enjoying our water play facilities.

James Ruse Reserve water playground

Hassall Street, Harris Park
September to May: 9:00am - 8:00pm
June to August: Closed
Facilities: Public toilets and change facilities available only during opening season

Philip Ruddock water playground 

Dundas Park, Yates Avenue, Dundas Valley
September to May: 9:00am - 8:00pm
June to August: Closed

Facilities: Public toilets available

Ollie Webb Reserve all abilities and water playground

Glebe Street, Parramatta
September to May: 9:00am - 8:00pm
June to August: Closed
Facilities: Accessible public toilets and change facilities available.