Wetlands, scenic hills and forests make the Millennium Parklands a great place for a ride, walk or jog.

Getting to Millennium Parklands 

Where Is Millennium Parklands?

Millennium Parklands are located between Blaxland Riverside Park and Sydney Olympic Park, and bordered by Jamieson Street, Hill Road and Holker Street. Silver water Road, Parramatta Road, and the M4 are your main roadways to this hidden piece of nature.


Parking at Blaxland Riverside Park would be your best bet as it’s free. Located at the end of Jamieson Street.
Parking at P5 is $5 an hour up to $25 a day


Google Maps Link – Millenium Parklands | Sydney Olympic Park


Scenic High points

Several hills with spiral pathways allow great vantage points and 360 panoramas of the greater Sydney area. You are pretty much smack bang in the geographical centre of Greater Sydney as well.

Ride, Walk, Jog

Well built paths connect the Millennium Parklands to the greater Sydney Olympic Park. While they are winding, its hard to get lost as the hills provide good vantage points and there is plenty of signage. Good for a ride or an extended walk or jog.

Blaxland Riverside Park

A big rolling green space with Riverside views and a full set of amenities.

Cooks River Cycleway

Extending from the Parramatta River 25 kilometres east through Sydney’s inner west to Botany Bay, taking in parks, fields, canals and offering a picturesque and unique view of Sydney.

Millennium Parklands | Wentworth Park


  • Food

    To the north west, The Armoury Wharf cafe at Blaxland Riverside Park is a good place to get a coffee and make the most of the river. South west Newington plaza has some cafes and takeaways or head south east to the commercial district of Sydney Olympic park and grab something to eat with the thousands of CBA workers.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There’s not to many bins around so hold on to your trash until you get out of the Parklands.

  • Toilets

    Toilets at Riverside Parklands or in the Olympic Park

  • Can I take my dog?

    There’s a lack of signage but if you keep your dog on leash that would be the best policy. Watch out for cyclists.

  • Can I lock my bike up

    There’s no bike lock ups but I’d you want to dismount and scale one of the hills leaving it at the base would be fine.


Blaxland Riverside Park | Sydney Olympic Park

Blaxland Riverside Park

Located on the Parramatta River this is a great park with an incredible playground and modern picnic spots right by the river.

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