A popular of leash dog walking park and training field located close to the beach.

Getting To Bardon Park, Coogee

Where Is It?

Located opposite to Coogee Sports (Bowling) Club on the corner of Bream Street and Mount Street, Bardon Park is best accessed from Arden Street and Carrington Road. There is also access from Smithfield Avenue and footpath access from Leeton Avenue.


The 374 and X74 buses stop on Bream Street out the front of the park.


The corner of Bream Street and Mount Street, Coogee, NSW


There is street side parking on Bream Street, Mount Street, Smithfield and Leeton Avenues.


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Things To Do

Bring The Pup For Some Off Leash Dog Walking

Flat and expansive, with fenced areas and dog tidy bags, Bardon Park is a popular dog walking park. If you are looking for something with a bit more of a view though, you could try Burrows Park at Clovelly.

Bardon Park Coogee Sydney

Kick The Ball Around The Sports Field

Though it doesn’t have fixed goal posts or markings, Bardon Park is often used for junior sports training in the winter.


  • Food

    Coogee Beach and Arden Street are close to the Park with plenty of options, cafes, takeaways, bars etc.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are rubbish bins and dog tidy bags in the park.

  • Toilets

    There are toilets at Goldstein Reserve at Coogee Beach.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Yes! This is an off leash dog walking park.

  • Can I lock my bike up

    There are no bike lockups in the park but you could try chaining it up to a fence.


Coogee Beach Summer Sydney

Coogee Beach | Beach

Backed by Goldstein Reserve Coogee Beach is one of Sydney’s best ocean beaches.

Alby Smith Memorial Reserve Playground Coogee Alby Smith Memorial Reserve | Coogee

A fun and modern playground not far from Bardon Park with sunshades and a flying fox!


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