A thin slice of village green in the heart of Double Bay that hosts the Organic Markets every Thursday.

Getting To Guilfoyle Park, Double Bay

Where Is It?

Guilfoyle Parknis located between the two arms of Guilfoyle Avenue between Ocean Street and Bay Street in the heart of Double Bay. Access from New South Head Road by taking Bay or Ocean Street.


The 323, 324, 325, 326 and 327 all stop at New South Head Road nearby.


The Double Bay Ferry Wharf is only a short distance from Guilfoyle Park near Steyne Park.


Guilfoyle Avenue, Double Bay, NSW, 2028


There are parking bays on Guilfoyle Avenue but the area can get pretty busy, especially on weekends.


Google Maps Link – Guilfoyle Park | Double Bay

Things To Do

Shady Trees & Park Benches

With its central location and leafy aspect, expect to find Guilfoyle Park filled with picnickers at lunch time. Bring a blanket or grab a park bench and soak up the atmosphere in this central village green.

Guilfoyle Park Stage Organic Markets


Usual for market days and other events, the stage area allows for small events to be held in Guilfoyle Park. Contact Council for more information.


Cruise around Double Bay and you’ll find art installations in many parks and public areas. Guilfoyle hosts several, including Solitude by Jenny Green and Red Mountain by Russell McQuilty

Guilfoyle Park Art Installation Solitude By Jenny Green

Organic Food Markets

Taking place every Thursday between 8am and 2pm, the food markets offer locals a chance to pick up some fresh produce grown organically by local producers. From fruit and vegetables to sustainable provedors, it’s a popular weekly event in the heart of Double Bay. Contact 02 9999 2226 or check out their website at http://www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au/phone/ for more information.


  • Food

    Guilfoyle Park is located in the heart of Double Bay’s shopping precinct, with plenty of options from cáfes and restaurants to pubs and takeaways

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are bins in Guilfoyle Park.

  • Toilets

    No toilets, with the closest public toilets beig St nearby Steyne Park (close to the ferry).

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are prohibited in Guilfoyle Park. Try Steyne Park instead.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    No bike lockups.


Steyne Park Double Bay Sydney

Steyne Park | Double Bay

Right next to the ferry wharf at Double Bay, Steyne Park has a nice playground and shady picnic areas by the harbour.

Blackburn Gardens Double Bay Sydney

Blackburn Gardens | Double Bay

Picturesque gardens along the harbour with plenty of cool shade, right next to the Redleaf Pool and Seven Shillings Beach.


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