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Parks & Reserves

Parks & Reserves
  • Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens at Nurragingy Reserve
  • Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens at Nurragingy Reserve
  • Blacksmiths Cottage at Nurrangingy Reserve
  • Plumpton Park
  • Blacktown Showground Park
  • Chifley Wedding Area at Nurragingy Reserve
  • Woodcroft Lake
  • Bungarribee Park
  • Flying Fox at Bungarribe Park

Relax with family in one of Blacktown's parks and reserves

Blacktown City has over 800 open space areas with many of them featuring playground equipment for children to enjoy. Also ideal for picnics, family gatherings, social games, resting, relaxing and even health, wellbeing and fitness activities with more and more parks installing permanent outdoor fitness stations for public use.

Nurragingy Reserve

Nurragingy Reserve at Rooty Hill is a sprawling natural bushland reserve of more than 84 hectares and offers picnic and BBQ areas, children’s playgrounds, walking and cycling tracks, formal garden areas and a picturesque lake.

Located with the reserve is the Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens. Featuring a formal Gateway, beautiful Seven Arch Stone Bridge, a restful Light Mountain Pavillion and a lovely Waterfall Gazebo, this garden is very picturesque, stunning and relaxing. The exquisite garden was cooperatively designed and constructed by Blacktown City Council and Liaocheng Municipal Government in China, as a symbolic gesture of friendship between the two sister cities. The garden’s name was derived by adopting one character from each of the names Dong‘chang’ (which is the former name of the City of Liaocheng) and Blacktown when translated from Chinese (Bu ‘Lai’ Ke Cheng). ‘Yuan’ is the Chinese translation for garden. The architectural style of the structures within the garden is based on the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty in China,

Also located with Nurragingy Reserve is the quaint little Nurragingy Blacksmith Hut, where traditional blacksmithing demonstrations are held some weekends and the Water Splash Area, where children love to get wet as they splash around the water sprays during the summer months.

Knox Rd, Doonside.

Prospect Reservoir and Nature Reserve

Prospect Reservoir is located on Prospect Creek and was the first earthfill embankment dam in Australia. It remains an integral part of Sydney’s drinking water supply and is required in times of high demand for water. Lookouts give you unimpeded views of the dam and its immediate surrounds. The original buildings, structures and machinery related to the construction of the dam can also be found and viewed here. A lovely space to picnic with children's playground equipment on offer. Also enjoy walking and cycling on the tracks found here.

Reservoir Rd, Prospect

Rouse Hill Regional Park

Surrounded by the historic Rouse Hill House and Farm, Rouse Hill Regional Park is a little bit of country in the suburbs. Featuring picnic and BBQ areas, plenty of space for family bike rides or rejuvenating walks, you can even bring your dog along. The children will love the large wooden adventure playground area and you will enjoy the tranquillity.

Worcestor Rd, Rouse Hill (Just off Windsor Rd)

Blacktown Showground

Having undergone a wonderful transformation, this historic showground is now home to lovely open spaces, picnic and BBQ facilities, fun children’s playground and water splash zone, where children enjoy getting very wet by shooting the water canons and splashing through the water sprays during the summer months.

Richmond Rd, Blacktown

Bungarribee Park

Come and explore Western Sydney Parkland's $15million Bungarribee Park featuring an ultra-modern playground, 14-metre-high playtower, 50-metre-long flying-fox, giant swings, water play, walking and cycling tracks.

Bungarribee Park's 20 barbecues and 13 picnic shelters are currently available on a first-come first-served basis so come and try them out soon!

Entrance: Intersection of Doonside and Holbeche Roads, Bungarribee.  

Other parks and reserves

Contact Blacktown City Council on 9839 6000 during business hours to seek more information on other parks and reserves found within the Blacktown City local government area.  There are plenty on offer, some of which include:

Whalan Reserve,  Aurora Dr, Whalan
Pat Zikan Reseve, Flushcome Rd, Blacktown
Glenwood Reserve, Forman Ave, Glenwood
Grantham Reserve, Lucretia Rd, Seven Hills
The Ponds Reserve, The Ponds Blvd, The Ponds
Quakers Hill Park, Hambledon Rd, Quakers Hill
Alroy Park, Bottles Rd, Plumpton
Lake Woodcroft Reserve, Woodcroft Dr, Woodcroft

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