Stretching for 27 kilometres over three local government areas (Blacktown, Liverpool and Fairfield), Western Sydney Parklands is the largest urban parkland in Australia.
Also known as “Sydney’s Biggest Backyard”, this 5,280 hectare open space includes everything from native bushland to picnic shelters and barbecues, playgrounds, cycling and walking tracks. The Parklands is home to major events and tourist attractions such as the new Sydney Zoo. It also features a number of urban farms, community and business facilities.
The tracks and trails across Western Sydney Parklands are perfect for walking or running and most are suitable for cycling. They can take anywhere from 30 minutes to three hours (when walking). There are options for any level of fitness and different things to see and do depending on the path you take. Fresh air and natural beauty are guaranteed, no matter which one you choose.Tracks and Trails
Bungarribee is a 200-hectare recreational park with 13 picnic shelters and 20 barbecues. Some are available on a first-come-first-served basis and some can be booked.Hire a Picnic Schedule
With its wide-open space, Bungarribee is fantastic for walking and cycling and letting the dog play off-leash at the Warrigal Dog Run. Children go wild for the Bungaribee playground, which boasts a 14m-high climbing tower, slides, a 50m-long flying fox, swings and water play area.Play