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Outdoor Fitness Equipment

Boronia Park Fitness Equipment
Ollie Webb Fitness Equipment
Hazlewood Rose Park Fitness Equipment

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. Visit City of Parramatta's COVID-19 webpage for the latest information.

Outdoor fitness equipment typically includes pieces of exercise equipment grouped together or spread along a trail in a park or public open space. It provides a variety of benefits to both users and the community including:

  • Greater level of activity within parks and open space
  • Flexibility to exercise
  • Improved physical health
  • Opportunities to meet new people and socialise
  • Its free

Can fitness equipment be booked?

Council’s fitness equipment are provided for all members of the community to use and it is not possible to book them for exclusive use.

How many?

City of Parramatta currently manages a variety of fitness equipment in the following locations:

  • Arthur Phillip Park- Northmead
  • Barton Park- North Parramatta
  • Boronia Park- Epping
  • Cowells Lane Reserve- Ermington
  • Doyle Ground- North Parramatta
  • Dundas Park- Dundas
  • Eccles Park- Ermington
  • Eric Primrose Reserve- Rydalmere
  • George Kendall Riverside Park- Ermington
  • Harold West Reserve- Carlingford
  • Hazlewood Rose Park- Carlingford
  • Homelands Reserve- Telopea
  • James Farnell Reserve- Carlingford
  • James Hoskin Reserve- Carlingford
  • Jubilee Park- Parramatta
  • Loftus Square- Epping
  • Milson Park- Westmead
  • Ollie Webb Reserve- Parramatta
  • Third Settlement Reserve- Winston Hills
  • Upjohn Park- Rydalmere
  • Winston Hills Lions Park- Winston Hills