Rushcutters Bay Park
Rushcutters Bay Park
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Michael L
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Dec 2020 • Business
I had wanted to see what was going on on the IMAX toilets. When I ended up checking out the locals It was sunny. I thought I saw a giraffe in the clouds. It’s was prettt hard to say outright. I wouldn’t rule it out for a picnic spot but I would be wary of what sort of dietary requirements coming for working up an appetite and put it g it dow I type. A liccbiwie basket.
Joan Vadim.
Written November 16, 2021
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom9,315 contributions
Nov 2021
A strikingly beautiful harbourside space, this park has a large, open, green expanse right on the waterfront. The small bay is filled with moored boats. It couldn’t be more picturesque, looking across the water at the bobbing masts and luxury cruisers.
Majestic Moreton Bay Figs provide lots of shade and are very beautiful, with massive wave-like buttress roots and dense, spreading canopies.
A small bridge crosses over the stream that divides the park in two. Surprisingly this is a heritage-listed stormwater channel. It’s not particularly attractive and doesn’t even look noteworthy at all but apparently its one of the first nine purpose-built stormwater drains to be constructed in Sydney in the 1890s.
This is a great picnic spot, the only real drawback being that whilst there is decent street parking, it is time limited and it can be tight. On a weekend, the parking gods will have to be on your side.
Parking aside, its a very convenient and family-friendly space with most of the facilities that make life easy.
There’s a sizeable playground with a safety fence and nautical themed equipment. Even more conveniently, the kiosk and toilet block are right next to it. There are also sporting facilities with fields for soccer, rugby and cricket, a walking path that continues on to Yarranabbe Park and fitness training equipment.
Written March 31, 2022
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Sinan Gungor
Istanbul, Türkiye201 contributions
Dec 2018 • Solo
It’s definitely my favorite park in Sydney which is overlooking to the lovely marina. It’s a true hidden gem if you ask me. It’s also surrounded with a cute & posh neighborhood.
Written December 16, 2018
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia18,330 contributions
May 2023
This is a very walkable. as it doesn't seem to be a destination, for bikes, so peaceful enjoying the waterfront, it is especially lovely on a sunny day, also plenty of seating for a rest, also the the old navy cafe is worth a visit, as well.
Written July 1, 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13,802 contributions
Aug 2021
Rushcutters Bay was once a marsh, which supplied rushes to thatch early Sydney's first houses. In an act of civic improvement, the marsh was drained in the 1880s and a seawall built along the harbour foreshore. These days, Ruchcutters Bay Park is a valued neighbourhood amenity. Apart from providing open space, the park is used for cricket, rugby union and soccer. There's also an open-air personal fitness station. Rushcutters Bay hosted some events in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Rushcutters Bay is a fine place for a picnic; it's 3 km (2 miles) east of the Sydney CBD,
Written September 22, 2021
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NLcycle
Rotterdam, The Netherlands617 contributions
Aug 2019
It is always nice to see a park that is being used to intensively by its locals. Nice lawn, beautiful view over the bay with many boats and yaughts. People with doggies, lots of kids, people running or doing exercises. Nice park.
Written August 18, 2019
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Derby, UK881 contributions
Jan 2019 • Couples
Staying in a suite at the Rushcutter Vibe Hotel our windows looked down onto the park.

We could see men and boys playing cricket, morning yoga practice, children playing, people walking or running with their dogs and general family outings.

The park is right next to the yacht club so there are lots of boats to see.

The huge trees in the park are frequented early evening by 100's of fruit bats which was fantastic to see. We loved it.

This is a great place to visit away from the madding crowd so do visit
Written August 16, 2019
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Robert r
Melbourne, Australia1,542 contributions
Jul 2019 • Solo
Rushcutters Bay Park Sydney. Parkland in Sydney's eastern suburbs. Sporting fields, dogwalking, kick a ball around open grassland, take a walk along the foreshore of Rushcutters Bay great sunset photo ops or just chillout.
Written July 23, 2019
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16,372 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
This lovely park affords splendid views of the harbor area. It's set in a very posh neighborhood, so everything is spiffy and lovely.
Written June 3, 2019
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V_2020
Wuppertal, Germany756 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
such a lovely big park. has so much green and teams are often training here. you have a kids playground a nice cafe in the middle and so many dogs around. there is a tennis court and football/cricket pitch as well. nice park to relax and go for a walk
Written April 8, 2019
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