Busy every weekend with sports of all codes, Queens Park is flush with bound tracks, playgrounds, an outdoor gym and dog walking area.

Getting To Queens Park

Where Is It?

Queens Park is located east of Centennial Park and is bordered by Darley Road to the south and Queens Park to the north. Carrington Road runs the length of the eastern border.


The address is Darley Road, Queens Park, 2022.


There are parking bays along Darley Road and Street parking on Queens Park Road.


Google Maps Link – Queens Park

Things To Do


The playground is on the southern section of the park need the cafe. It is fenced from the road and includes slides, for climbs and sunshades.

Playing Fields

The playing fields are used most weekends for competitive sports events and host school carnivals and sport days during the week.

Outdoor Gym

There is a small outdoor gym near the playground at the southern end of the park along Darley Road

Bike / Walk Track

The bike / walking track extends along the western border joining Queens Park Road in the north. It can also connect riders to Centennial Park’s vast bike loop.

Picnic Areas & Barbecue

There is a Barbecue at the eastern end of the park with shared picnic area nearby.

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  • Food

    A small cafe sits between the playground and the outdoor gym at the Darley Road entrance to the park.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are rubbish bins near the cafe and playground and scattered around the park at most of the entrances and exits.

  • Toilets

    There is a toilet block on be western side of the park and another near the Shed cafe and close to the playground.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome in the park provided they are kept clear of the playground and the playing field when games are on. There is an of leash area in the eastern sides of the park. Many professional dog walkers bring dog groups to this park during the week.

  • Is it bike friendly / Can I lock my bike up

    The shared bike / Walk path forms part of Cycleway Route 23.


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