COVID-19: Information for Parklands visitors
Need to know more? See below for answers to our most frequently asked questions:
Our Parklands are open to the public so people can enjoy daily exercise, spending time among nature, using our playgrounds with caution and for outdoor social gatherings up to 100 people with social distancing (1.5m).
Cafes and restaurants can seat 100 patrons per booking or table, following the four-square metres per person rule and continue to provide takeaway. See our food venues for direct information.
Visitors and staff must adhere to NSW Health COVID-19 guidelines, including staying 1.5 metres from other people and not gathering in groups of more than 100 people, including children.
The Trust will continue to notify visitors and the community of any closures on our website and social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).
Yes, outdoor gatherings are allowed with up to 100 people in total including children with social distancing (1.5m).
Picnic shelters are open for bookings up to 100 people with social distancing (1.5m). Please note, each picnic shelter is subject to its own capacity limit. Visit our shelter booking page for more information about shelter capacity limits.
Please stay COVID-safe when picnicking in the Park by following the latest NSW Health guidelines including practising social distancing and cough etiquette, washing your hands, keeping a record of family and friends attending your gathering and sanitising shared tables, seats and barbecues.
Yes, with caution.
You can use outdoor exercise and playground equipment in Western Sydney Parklands with caution.
Wash your hands before and after you use the equipment.
Do not go out if you’re sick.
Remember that the public gathering rule of no more than a total of 100 people still applies, this includes children.
Rangers will monitor the number of visitors within the playgrounds and may be required to close them if physical distancing becomes difficult. Fences will be kept in place to allow the Rangers to do so if necessary.
Yes, picnic shelters are open for bookings up to 100 people including children with social distancing (1.5m). Please note, each picnic shelter is subject to its own capacity limit. Visit our shelter booking page for more information about capacity.
Please stay COVID-safe when picnicking in the Parklands by following the latest NSW Health guidelines including practising social distancing and cough etiquette, washing your hands, keeping a record of family and friends attending your gathering and sanitising shared tables, seats and barbecues.
Yes, the 100 people ruling for outdoor gatherings includes adults and children. Everyone must also follow the social distancing rules.
Some cafes and restaurants within the Parklands are open and may seat up to 100 patrons per booking or table, following the four-square metres per person rule.
Please check out our food venues directly for any changed trading conditions.
Yes, you can continue to do exercise outdoors.
Approved personal trainers can resume their training up to 100 people but must maintain physical distancing of 1.5 metres
Get tested and stay home if you are unwell.
Find out more about Personal Training in the Parklands.
Yes, cycling in the Parklands is permitted. However, you need to follow 1.5m social distancing guidelines.
Wylde Mountain Bike Trail is currently open and free to ride daily, weather permitting. However, you still need to follow 1.5m social distancing guidelines.
Advice on whether the trail is open, closed or undergoing maintenance can be found on the Wylde MTB Trail webpage.
Join our Wylde Mountain Bike Facebook groupto discuss all things Wylde!
Yes, barbecues are available free of charge. Please follow NSW Health Orders for safe social distancing and hygiene. Wash your hands before and after using barbecues and thoroughly clean equipment.
Yes, registered dog breeds are allowed in the Parklands and must be on-leash (except in the off-leash dog parks including Warrigal Run at Bungarribee and Shale Hills Dog Park).
Visitors are required to observe NSW Health’s 1.5 metre social distancing requirements and must not congregate in groups larger than 100 people, including children.
Public water fountains are safe to drink from, however the surfaces around the fountain including the spout and button/lever could pose a transmission risk for COVID-19 and other germs. At this stage, it is not certain how long viruses that cause COVID-19 survive on surfaces.
NSW Health recommends that you do not place your mouth on the spout of a water fountain. Test the water flow and let the water run for a few seconds before drinking the water without putting your mouth or lips on the spout.
If the fountain requires you to push a button or lever, clean the surface first or use your elbow. Clean your hands afterwards with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
For more information please get in contact with us via: email@example.comWe will continue to provide you with updates as Government and Health advice changes and will ensure that we continue to provide a quality Park experience for our visitors. Please stay safe during this time, and for key information on COVID-19 in NSW, visit the NSW Health COVID-19 website or NSW Government's COVID-19 Community Advice website or phone the Service NSW 24/7 hotline on 13 77 88.
The COVID app is a useful tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Download the COVIDSafe app today.
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