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City of Parramatta has 360 beautiful and diverse parks and reserves for residents, visitors and workers to enjoy.
These open spaces offer a variety of opportunities for active and passive recreational activities as well as interaction with local native flora and fauna.
Many of our larger parks include barbecue and picnic facilities, making them perfect for get-togethers with family and friends in a natural setting.
We have 150 playgrounds in our parks and reserves for children to enjoy, learn and interact.
We also have:
Park upgrades(Back to top)
Our Open Space and Natural Resources team are committed to delivering world-class facilities for the community.
A number of parks and reserves have been upgraded with new facilities, repairs, additional parking and amenities.
There is also many more that are listed for future upgrades.
Park and reserve committees(Back to top)
City of Parramatta encourages community participation in the development and management of our parks and reserves through our voluntary park and reserve committees.
We currently have about 20 committees appointed by the City of Parramatta to assist in the care, maintenance, management and development of parks and reserves in accordance with the provisions of Sections 355 and 377 of the Local Government Act 1993.
Committee membership is open to both local residents, residents from adjoining areas outside the Parramatta Local Government Area (LGA) and sporting user group representatives.
A majority of the members of any Committee must reside in the LGA. The maximum period of appointment for a Park or Reserve Committee is four years from the date of local government elections.
Become a committee member
If you would like to become a park or reserve committee member, complete the nomination form and email it to our Open Space Officer.
If you have any questions you can get in touch with our Open Space Team on (02) 9806 5205 or at email@example.com
Temporary vehicle access of parks and reserves(Back to top)
Approval is required for all temporary vehicle access through our parks and reserves.
Forms must be completed and submitted to City of Parramatta, a minimum of 10 working days before the requested date.
You will need to pay the refundable $150 gate key bond once your access request is approved and access is subject to the acceptance of our standard terms and conditions.