A tiny, leafy park dedicated to a remarkable local figure.

Getting To Pat Thompson Park, Woollahra

Where Is It?

Pat Thompson Park is a small length of greenspace on the corner of Holdsworth Street and Morell Street near Moncur Park in Woollahra


Holdsworth Street, Woollahra, NSW, 2025


Limited Street side parking on Holdsworth Street & Morell Street.


Google Maps Link – Pat Thompson Park | Woollahra

Things To Do

Who Was Patricia ‘Pat’ Thompson?

Pat Thompson Park is dedicated to Patricia Thompson, a local resident who formed The Paddington Society with her husband John and Marea Gazzard. The aim of the society is to foster an appreciation of the value of its heritage and preservation.
Both Pat and her husband led interesting lives in and out of the society. You can find out more here:

Quiet Spot For Booklovers

A couple of shady benches in a relatively quiet part of Woollahra means you can while away a half hour or so with your favourite book. Maybe something by Patricia Thompson herself.

This sign commemorates Patricia's legacy

This sign commemorates Patricia’s legacy


  • Food

    The park is not to far from Oxford Street where there are plenty of cafes and takeaways, or Chiswick Gardens which has its own restaurant.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There is a rubbish bin in the park.

  • Toilets

    There are no toilets in this small park.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park on leash.


Moncur Park Paddington Sydney NSW

Moncur Reserve | Woollahra

Right next door to Pat Thompson Park, Moncur Reserve has a bit more space to stretch out.

Chiswick Park Paddington Sydney NSW

Chiswick Gardens | Woollahra

A short walk away on Ocean Street, Chiswick Gardens is a pleasant spot with bubbling fountains, landscaped gardens and a restaurant inside a greenhouse.

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