Located on the Double Bay foreshore, Steyne Park promises a fun day out with a playground, picnic areas, and off leash dog walking.

Getting To Steyne Park, Double Bay

Where Is It?

Located on the corner of Ocean Avenue and William Street in Double Bay NSW, right on the Bay’s foreshore next to the Double Bay Ferry Wharf. Take New South Head Road to Ocean Avenue or Bay Street.


Buses stop on New South Head Road including the 323, 324, 325, 326 and 327. Stop near Bay Street or Ocean Avenue


The Double Bay Ferry Wharf is right next to the park and easy to get to.


Corner of Ocean Avenue and William Street, Double Bay, NSW, 2028


Onstreet parking on Ocean Avenue, Bay Street and William Street.


Google Maps Link – Steyne Park | Double Bay

Things To Do

Steyne Park Playground

A great playground that has been upgraded over the years to include sun shades and soft flooring, but retained the classic red boat, fort climb, slides and swings. Steyne Park Playground is fenced, with some park benches inside the fenced area, and if the sun shades aren’t up there’s some protection supplied by nearby trees. You can also find more playgrounds nearby at the link below:

Steyne Park Double Bay Sailing Club

Double Bay Sailing Club

Offering a fun and competitive environment for Lazer sailing, the Double Bay Sailing Club caters to men and women of all ages and abilities. It’s run wholly by volunteers and you can find more info at their website:

Have A Picnic By The Harbour

Located near the water and the playground, it’s a picturesque spot to bring a picnic and enjoy lunch by the water, there’s plenty of shaded picnic tables and a gazebo for larger gatherings.

Steyne Park Playground Sydney

The playground is in there somewhere.

Junior Cricket Pitch & Sportsfield

Running through the middle of the park, the Junior Cricket Pitch can be used to a casual knockaround, or ball sports in in the park.

Off Leash Dog Walking

Dogs are welcome in the park on leash at all times, and off leash on the strip of grass between the path and the seawall. There’s also dog tidy bag dispensers near the bins.

Steyne Park War Memorial Double Bay Sydney

Steyne Park War Memorial

Located in a beautifully maintained corner of the park (William Street and Bay Street), The Memorial depicts a bronze digger in the ‘at the ready’ position on top of a pedestal with four corinthian columns. The statue was designed and executed by William Priestly Macintosh, while the pedestal was designed by Oscar Backhouse. The inscription reads:

Freedom, Justice, and Australia
Honour to the Brave
The Great War 1914-1919

Double Bay Beach Ferry Sydney

Take A Dip At Double Bay Beach

Just on the other side of the ferry Double Bay Beach is a thin steip of sand with low energy waves, great for cooling off on a hot day.


  • Food

    Head down to Cross Street where there’s plenty of options along the main strip.

  • Rubbish Bins

    Yes there are rubbish bins in the park.

  • Toilets

    There’s public toilets in the park / at the ferry wharf.

  • Can I take my dog?

    Steyne Park has both onleash and off leash areas, check above for more details.

  • Can I lock my bike up?

    There are bike lockups in the park near the ferry wharf.


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