When it comes to outdoor spaces Dulwich Hill is a suburb with plenty to offer, from the sprawling Johnson Park and Arlington Recreational Reserve to the numerous pocket parks and playgrounds dotted along the residential streets.


Allison Playground Park

Address: 54 Terrace Road, Dulwich Hill, NSW 2203
Small suburban park with a fun little playground includes slides, fort climb, balance games and softfall flooring. There’s also few picnic bench seats and shade provided by nearby trees. Bordered by Terrace Lane and Terrace Road with Myra Lane as a cross street.
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Arlington Recreation Reserve

Address: Williams Parade or Union Lane, Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Arlington Recreational Ground is a well maintained sportsfield located between J F Laxton Reserve and Johnson Park, close to the Arlington Light Rail.
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Denison Road Playground

Address: 194 Denison Road, Dulwich Hill, NSW 2203
Small neighbourhood park on a single block of land. Features a community garden for the local neighbourhood.
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Gilbert Barry Reserve

Address: Close to St Maroun’s School, Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Small green space near the school with fixed chess tables and some shade to enjoy.
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Hoskins Park

Address: Pigott and Davis Street, Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Picturesque village green bordered by mature trees with picnic areas,
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J F Laxton Reserve

Address: Union Street Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
South of Arlington Reserve this is a picturesque parkland space with dog walking areas, shady trees and a playground featuring swings, seesaws and slides. A shared bike / walking path runs through and connects to Williams Parade.
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Jack Shanahan Park

Address: Hercules Street Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Home of the Dulwich Hill Skatepark, you’ll also find tennis courts, a shared bike and walking paths, amenities and plenty of shade in this popular village green, and all just a stone’s throw from Dulwich Hill Light Rail.

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Johnson Park

Address: Constitution Road Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Large park featuring covered picnic areas and barbecues, a shaded playground with plenty of play equipment, basketball courts, sports field and dog walking areas. Popular on weekends, Johnson Park is Dulwich Hill’s village green and is accessible from Constitution Raid and via footpath from Windsor Road.
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Mallam Reserve

Address: Dulwich Street Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Small reserve with a couple of park benches in the heart of the shopping and dining strip on New Canterbury Road.
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Morton Park

Address: New Canterbury Road Lewisham NSW 2049
Lewisham’s premier parkland space is a sprawling village green featuring picnic areas, barbecues, central gardens and large palm trees as well as a brightly coloured playground set back from the road. Can also be accessed from Gould Avenue.

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Parade Playground

Address: Between Terrace Lane & Terrace Road Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Grassy residential park on a quiet street with a fun playground featuring all the usual play equipment. With shade provided by mature trees, park benches and a historic archway this is a well presented suburban park.
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Rowe Playground

Address: Keith Street Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Small park on the corner of Macarthur Parade and Keith Street featuring some grass, and a small, bright playground. Play equipment includes swing, cubby fort, slides and spring swing. Nearby trees provide some shade.
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Tennyson Street Playground

Address: 18 Tennyson Street Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
Small, fenced neighbourhood park shaded by trees, the playground has soft fall flooring and features brightly coloured slides, pole, climb and swings. Marrickville Golf Club runs behind the park and features some of the best
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Tom Kenny Reserve

Address: 26–30 Bayley Street Marrickville 2204
Residential park with a sun shaded playground featuring tunnel, fort, slide and swings, as well as soft fall flooring. There’s also park benches, picnic tables, a bit of grass and some gardens.
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Petersham Oval Petersham

Parks In Petersham

Petersham in Sydney’s inner west features a number of playgrounds, parks, sports fields and dog walking areas, with Petersham Park the largest and most popular.

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Parks In Marrickville

Bordered by the Cooks River to the south, Marrickville sports a number of fantastic parks, sports fields, picnic areas and playgrounds. You’ll also find plenty of spots to walk to the dog and even a water park.

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