A nice playground with shaded benches and a path that connects St James Street via footpath.

Getting To St James Reserve

Where Is It?

A stone’s throw from Centennial Park, St James Reserve can be reached via St James Road off Oxford Street and Gowrie Street.


The street address is corner St James Rd, & Gowrie St, Bondi Junction


Limited streetside parking on St James Road.


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Things To Do

St James Reserve Playground

With soft touch flooring, swings, a slide and more, St James Reserve Playground is a nice spot to take younger kids. It is shaded by nearby trees.

Shaded Seating

There are several benches and tables in the park, some shaded by trees, hr others by sunshades. A nice place to bring a picnic lunch or your favourite book.

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  • Food

    Pretty close to the mall at Bondi Junction with plenty of options.

  • Rubbish Bins

    There are bins in the park.

  • Toilets

    No toilets in the park.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Dogs are welcome but should remain in leash and clear of the playground.

  • Can I lock my bike up

    There are no bike lockups here.


Duck Pond Centennial Parklands

Centennial Park

Sydney’s premier parkland features picnic areas, duck ponds, a large riding track, plenty of space to kick a ball around, as well as landscaped gardens and dining.

Waverley Park

Waverley Park | Bondi Junction

Located at the Eastern border of the junction, this large recreational reserve is packed with features, from playgrounds to sports fields and picnic areas.


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