Running the length of Lady Robinsons Beach, Cook Park serves up picnic areas, playgrounds and bicycle tracks, while the promenade defines Brighton’s easy going bayside lifestyle.

Getting To Cook Park, Brighton-Le-Sands

Where Is It?

Cook Park accompanies Lady Robinsons Beach, stretching out along the western end of Botany Bay from Kyeemagh to the north through Brighton-Le-Sands, Ramsgate and Dolls Point, running parallel to The Grand Parade. It can be accessed from many points along the way.


The 303, X03 and 478 all stop along the Grand Parade.

Bike Route

A shared walking / bike path runs through the park (and sometimes along the promenade). It is flat and easy to ride, and eventually joins up to the Cooks River Cycleway in the north via the Bestic Street Cycleway through Kyeemagh.


There are a number of cross streets that connect to the Grand Parade, which runs parallel to the park. See below for parking.


There is parking to the north off General Holmes Drive and Bestic Street then along Grand Parade (north to south) near Solander Street, Robinson Street, Burlington Street, Culver Street, Florence Street and Ramsgate Road. Despite the number of parking lots, it can be hard to find parking during peak periods, and you may have to look for on street parking at the backstreets nearby.


Google Maps Link – Cook Park | Brighton-Le-Sands

Things To Do

Grab A Coffee Along The Promenade

Catching up with friends or just need some alone time with the day’s paper? Decompress at one of the cafes along the Promenade and take in the bustling bayside community of Brighton-Le-Sands.

Brighton-Le-Sands Promenade Cafes Cook Park Lady Robinsons Beach

Go For A Jog, Ride Your Bike, Get Fit

Get the blood pumping with a jog along the bay, or hop in the bike and work those glutes. Need more than just cardio? There’s an outdoor fitness station near Bay Street where you can work on those abs and biceps. Look good feel good!

Cook Park Outdoor Gym Lady Robinsons Beach

Have A Picnic & A Play

Where Bestic Street joins Grande Parade you’ll find a pleasant picnic area with barbecues, covered picnic tables and a large playground with plenty of equipment to keep the kids entertained. There’s slides, swings, climbing frames and space to kick a ball around. One of the playgrounds is also fenced and sun shaded, perfect for younger children.

Cook Park Playground Kyeemagh Lady Robinsons Beach
Take A Dip At Lady Robinsons Beach

Slip off the shoes and slip on the togs, Lady Robinsons Beach has a number of tidal pools popular with swimmers, particularly in the summer.  The water is generally flat and, as Sydney’s longest beach, there’s always plenty of room!

Lady Robinsons Beach Kyeemagh Sydney


  • Food

    There’s plenty of options both along the promenade and on the Grand Parade. Brighton is known for its cafe and restaurant lifestyle so make the most of it!

  • Rubbish Bins

    You’ll find bins iat regular intervals throughout the park and promenade.

  • Toilets

    There are toilets, outdoor showers and changerooms in the park.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome on leash in Cook Park but not near the playground or on the beach.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    There are some bike lockups areas scattered along the bike track and promenade.


Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Sydney

Kymeemagh Boat Ramp Reserve | Kyeemagh

Launch your watercraft into the Cooks River and out into Botany Bay. There’s also a playground and picnic areas and accessible by bike.

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Rockdale Bicentennial Park | Rockdale

A sprawling recreational reserve with picnic areas, a large playground, bike track and sports fields.

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