A rolling green space set against Rozelle Bay with picnic areas, playgrounds, art installations and much more.

Getting To Bicentennial Park, Glebe

Where Is It?

Nestled on the south bank of Rozelle Bay, Bicentennial Park in Glebe can be accessed at the eastern end via Glebe Point Road North, or at it’s western end by turning off The City West Link at The Crescent and taking the left turn shortly after. Bicentennial Park can also be accessed via Chapman Road.

Light Rail

Jubilee Park Light Rail Station is the closest light rail. It’s only a short walk to the park.


The address is Federal Road, Glebe, 2037


There is dedicated parking at both ends of the park, off The Crescent on the western side, and on Federal Road to the east.


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Things To Do


There are two playgrounds in the park, The one at the eastern end that is gated with slippery dips, slides and swings. On the eastern side, near Northcote Road, the playground is open with slides, slippery dips and sun shades

Picnic Areas & Barbecues

There are large sheltered picnic areas and barbecues that are perfect for family get togethers, social groups and work picnics.

Off Leash Dog Exercise

The eastern end of the park is on leash only, but head to the western side of the park and it is perfect for off leash exercise for dogs of all sizes. You can also head south to Federal Park which is also dog friendly.

Bike and Walking Tracks

Though not as large as it’s namesake in Homebush, there are some great, flat paths that are great for a stroll along the bay or an easy bike ride. Just watch out for magpies in the spring!

Earth vs Sky Public art

That strange, war-of-the-worlds looking sculpture at the entrance to Johnston’s Canal is part of the Earth vs Sky Art Installation. The turbine powers a world first colour sensitive light system that lights up two Moreton Bay Figs in Jubilee Oval. It was created by Allan Giddy, you can find out more about the project at the City of Sydney website Earth Vs Sky

Bicentennial Park Glebe


  • Food

    Looking for something to eat? Head down Glebe Point Road for plenty of cafes, restaurants and takeaways.

  • Rubbish Bins

    Yep there are plenty of bins in the park

  • Toilets

    There are toilets at Jubilee Oval and Federal Park

  • Can I take my dog?

    Yes. Dogs are permitted on leash in the eastern section and off leash in the western section of the park.

  • Can I lock my bike up

    Yes. There are a couple of places around the park where you can lock a bike up. It’s asloa very bike friendly area.


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