Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park is nestled between Yarra Bay Foreshore and Frenchman’s Bay. With long, rolling lawns flanked by curving tree lines, the park is perfect for picnics, with plenty of shaded tables and benches set around couple of BBQs. There is also access to a boat ramp via the Yarra Bay Sailing Club and the Yarra Bay Foreshore Beaches.


Access To Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park

The park is located at the end of Yarra Road in Phillip Bay. Here’s a map link.

There are about a hundred car spots spread out over two carparks. Overnight camping is not permitted, but there are usually plenty of spots, particualy during the week.

Access to the foreshore via the park leads down to the foreshore beaches which are good for a paddle or kite surfing when the wind is up. If the weather turns south, nearby Yarra Bay Sailing Club is also a great place to grab a drink. They often have live music on weekends as well.


yarra bay bicentennial park

Yarra Bay Bicentennial Park is a a quieter, more reserved option then nearby La Perouse and definitely worth checking out. If you’re planning a wedding, a film shoot or something like that, you’ll need to contact Randwick Council. Check the link here.


Yarra Bay Foreshore Beaches

Yarra Bay Recreational Reserve

Yarra Bay Sailing Club