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Right next to the shops and bordering the harbour is a delightful park with an excellent kids play area. As a big family we often have summertime picnics here Fortunately not too many people know about this gem so we never have trouble parking reasonably...More
We love this park because it is so convenient to get to and parking is not normally too bad. There's a great fenced in secure play area for the younger kids and the big field is perfect for cricket in the summer and soccer in...More
We had a bday party for a 1 year old. Lots of big old trees to provide some shade and a well maintained toilet block near by. Also a play area with lots of fun equipment for them to play on.
Can also watch the...More
Situated on the harbour with lovely views. This park is great for kicking a ball about and has an old crickey pitch in the centre. It has good public toilets and parking is tight but still possible. There is a tiny fenced playground. Good for...More
Steyne Park has been a recreation reserve for well over 100 years. Located on the Bay between Darling Point and Point Piper, the Double Bay area between the Points was first settled in 1832 and named Keltie's Bay after the Captain of HMS Sirius.
We all love this park. The kids play soccer and cricket on the open spaces. The youngest ones play in the children's playground near the water. We can always get one of the tables with seating very convenient. Not too hard to park normally Peaceful...More
Located in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, Double Bay is a one of the city's most beautiful harbour neighbourhoods. Designer boutiques provide a decadent shopping experience and dress some of the most beautiful people in Sydney. Sit down at one of the open air cafes for a latte or a meal and enjoy the people-watching. Double Bay was once an exclusive enclave for an older, elite population, but new
restaurants, late night bars, hotels and cafés are attracting a younger, vibrant mix, making Double Bay the place to be on the harbour.