Expansive waterfront park along the Parramatta River with picnic areas, playgrounds and a really fun waterpark.

Getting To Putney Park

Where Is It?

Putney Park is located on the western foreshore of the Southern tip of Putney, facing Majors Bay, with Morrison Bay to the east. It is accessible from Pellisier Road, just take Morrison Road to Delange Road or Mitchell Street and follow it south.


The closest bus is the 507 which runs up Delange Road, only a short walk from the park.


A car ferry runs between Mortlake and Putney, connecting the end of Pellisier Road and Putney Park with Hilly Street in Mortlake. There’s also a public ferry that runs to Kissing Point, a 10-15 minute walk to Putney Park.

Bike Route

There’s no bike path and the side streets can be quite hilly around Putney, but there is a foreshore bike path nearby at Kissing Point Park that’s fun for learning riders.


The best street address is Pellisier Road, Putney NSW 2212


There is a dedicated parking area at Putney Park and street side parking along Pellisier Road.


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Things To Do

Slip And Slide At The Waterpark

A truly unique feature, the Putney Park Waterpark is stacks of fun for kids of all ages. Featuring brightly coloured water slides and play areas, it’s positioned back from the river and also includes some sun shades to keep UV at a minimum.

The waterpark is semi enclosed by a stone retaining wall that also supports the big slide, while offering great views across the river towards Mortlake from the top of the slide. There’s also a climbing frame and sandpit near the water park. Popular in the summer months, you’ll also find a more traditional style kids playground with swings and slides at the southern end of the park.

Enjoy a Picnic By The Parramatta River

With plenty of green space, large, covered picnic areas that fit the whole gang and barbecues onsite, Putney Park is a picturesque spot for the perfect family gathering. The waterpark does make this a popular space in the summer, so make sure you get in early to grab a table.

Cast A Line Off The Foreshore

Arrive early enough on a Saturday morning and you might catch a handful of local fishermen casting their lines off the foreshore. It’s a serene spot with great views to greet those who arrive at dawn, while dusk is the perfect time to watch the sun go down and maybe grab a fish or two from the Parramatta River.


  • Food

    Barbecues on site. There’s no cafe nearby but if you head up to Morrison Road there is a shopping strip with plenty of options.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There’s garbage and recycling bins in Putney Park

  • Toilets

    You’ll find an amenities block near the waterpark.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park but should be kept on leash and away from the kids playground areas.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    No official bike lockups but you might be able to chain it to a fence area in the parking lot.


Kissing Point Park | Putney

Popular waterfront park with picnic areas, playground and an excellent bicycle track.

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