A sprawling bushland reserve with picnic areas, playground and walking tracks down to the water.


Getting To Burraneer Park, Burraneer


Where Is It?

Located close to Burraneer Bay, you can find Burraneer Park along Gannons Road on the corner of Dominic Street. Gannons Road connects to Burraneer Bay Road and the Kingsway, so it’s easy to find. Keep in mind that Dominic Street is blocked through to Dolan’s Road, though you can still enter from either side of the street.

Buses

The 971 and 988 both stop on Burraneer Road near Gannons Road, or you catch the 978 which stops on Saunders Bay Road.

Address

The closest street address is the corner of Gannons Road and Dominic Street, Burraneer NSW 2230

Parking

There is plenty of on street parking on Burraneer Road and some dedicated parking on Dominic Street.

Maps


Google Maps Link – Burraneer Park | Burraneer


Things To Do


Enjoy A Picnic Surrounded By Bushland

Pack some sandwiches and pull up at one of the undercover picnic tables, or just spread a blanket out in the shade and enjoy the music of birds in this quiet natural reserve. No BBQs.

Burraneer Park Covered Picnic Tables

Playtime At Burraneer Park Playground

This shady playground is fenced and gated and features plenty of exciting activities for the kids, including swings, challenge climb, a playhouse for toddlers and spring animal. There’s also picnic benches inside the play area which is handy and the ground is sand to help avoid any bumps and scrapes. It’s all located in the top section of the park closer to the corner of Dominic Street and Gannons Road.

Burraneer Park Playground

Discover The Walking Trails

Winding through the park over bridges down a long staircase to the bay, the walking tracks in Burraneer Park are perfect for the casual explorer looking to venture into wild. The tracks around the picnic area are sealed and also handy for kids looking to improve their bike or scooter riding in the shady surrounds of Burraneer Park.

Burraneer Park Steps To Burraneer Bay

Go Fishing In Burraneer Bay

The main path leads down to the bay, where you can pull up on the sandflats and get a line into the bay. In the Port Hacking River you can find schools of jewfish, bream, tailor, squid and occasionally salmon and kingfish in the summer. The Burraneer Bay Marina and Lilli Pilli Baths are also good spots to fish nearby.

Burraneer Bay From Burraneer Park

The main walking path leads down to the sand flats.


Amenities


  • Food

    There’s a general store on the corner of Burraneer Bay Road and Gannon’s Road

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are some bins close to the picnic area.

  • Toilets

    Sadly, there are no toilets in Burraneer Park.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park but should remain on leash and clear of the playground.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    There are some bike lockups near the playground and picnic area.


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