Located next to the Aquatic Centre, Booralee Park is a premier recreational reserve that features playing fields, playgrounds, a basketball court and war memorial.


Getting To Booralee Park, Botany


Where Is It?

Located on Bay Street and Myrtle Street off Botany Road in Botany, Booralee Park is a sprawling recreational reserve best accessed from Botany Road. Note Myrtle Street ends at the park and does not provide access to the Pagewood side of the Street.

Buses

The 310 bus runs along Botany Road and Banksia Road.

Address

The closest street address is the corner of Jasmine Street and Bay Street, Botany NSW 2019

Parking

There is a large carpark on the corner of Jasmine Street and Myrtle Street as well as streetside parking on Daniel Street, Bay Street and north of the park on Lord Street.

Maps


Google Maps Link – Booralee Park | Botany


Things To Do


Picnic Areas & Barbecues

Booralee Park boasts some of the best picnic facilities in the area, with modern barbecues and undercover seating, it’s a great place for a social event or just a casual weekend gathering with the family.

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Booralee Park Playgrounds

There are two fantastic playgrounds at Booralee Park. The larger playground is located on in the north east corner of the park and has sunshades to keep the sun off, while the smaller park is located at the south end of the park. It is more orientated towards younger children and is fenced with shade provided by nearby trees.

 

 

Booralee Park Playground

The larger playground has sunshades and plenty of fun activities.

Basketball Court

There is a modern, full sized basketball court in the park, the first of it’s kind in the area. It is free to play on and there’s usually a pick up game going on most afternoons, with some tiered seating at one end for spectators.

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Booralee Park Basketball Court Sydney NSW

Cricket Pitches & Practice Nets

There are four cricket pitches at Booralee Park that are free to use when there are no games on. There’s also twin cricket nets located between the large playground and memorial.

Booralee Park Cricket Nets

Soccer & Rugby Playing Fields

Booralee Park caters to both codes of football, soccer and Rugby League, with seasons running through the winter months.For wet weather hotline, call 02 9366 3631 (It’s a recorded message).

Botany War Memorial

The Botany War Memorial is a fluted granite column on a sandstone and granite base. It commemorates fallen soldiers local to the area.

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Booralee Park War Memorial

Botany Aquatic Centre

From swimming lessons to waterslides and parties, the Botany Aquatic Centre has plenty to offer both the serious swimmer and those just looking to have a bit of aquatic fun. It’s located right next to Booralee Park. Call 02 9316 6218 for more info.


Amenities


  • Food

    There are picnic and barbecue areas onsite, including bubblers, as well as a cafe / kiosk at the Aquatic Centre.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are rubbish bins scattered around the park.

  • Toilets

    There are toilets and change room facilities at Booralee Park.


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