A high quality boat ramp into the Cooks River and Botany Bay with playground and picnic facilities nearby.

Getting To Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Reserve, Kyeemagh

Where Is It?

Kyeemagh Boat Ramp is located on the junction of the Cooks River and Muddy Creek near the opening to Botany Bay, and is accessible via Mutch Avenue off Bestic Street, Tancred Avenue off General Holmes Drive


The 479 stops at Mutch Avenue near the park.

Bike Route

The Bestic Street Cycleway passes through the park connection to Cook Park to the east and Eve Street Cycleway to the west.


The closest Street address is the corner of Tancred Avenue and Mutch Avenue, Kymeemagh NSW 2216


There is lots of parking in the reserve, including space for boat trailers on the grass.


Google Maps Link – Kyeemagh Reserve | Kyeemagh

Things To Do

Get Your Boat Into Botany Bay

From Kyeemagh you can access Botany Bay right out to La Perouse and Kurnell, with the Pacific Ocean further along. Fishing, snorkelling and diving are all on over in perhaps Sydney’s busiest body of water (besides the harbour). The best thing about Kyeemagh is that is only seems to get busy during really pesk periods, and you can often find space for your car and trailer.

Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Sydney

Yeah this is a good ramp.

Or Just Bring Your Rod And Reel

Even if you don’t have a boat fishing around the park can prove enjoyable, just keep in mind the fishery warnings for fishing in the Cooks River and make sure you have a licence on you at all times.

Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Reserve Sydney

Enjoy A Picnic

Whether you’ve got fresh catch or just brought a packed lunch for the family, it’d not a bad spot to spend a couple of ours enjoying the sunset over the river.

Kyeemagh Reserve Playground Kyeemagh

And Let The Kids Loose At The Playground

Perhaps the most underutilised playground around, it features swings, slides, trampoline and speinf animals. This area of St George has playgrounds everywhere but you’ll find the one at Kyeemagh Reserve as good as any, and rarely crowded.


  • Food

    If you strike out with the rod and reel head down to Brighton-Le-Sands where you’ll be spoilt for choice.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There’s bins in the park so use th.

  • Toilets

    There are male and female restrooms near the playground.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park on leash and away from the playground.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    No bike lockups but you could find a spot to chain them up easily.


Cook Park Brighton-Le-Sands Cycleway Picnic Area

Cook Park | Brighton-Le-Sands

Running the length of Lady Robinsons Beach this popular Park features great picnic areas, playgrounds, bike tracks and outdoor gyms right along the Bay Walk Promenade.

Lance Studdert Reserve Playground Kymeemagh

Lance Studdert Reserve | Kyeemagh

South of the boat ramp and connected via the bike track this small reserve boasts a playground and is next to Muddy River and Brighton Amateur Fishing Association

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