Picnic and play for the whole family, including our furry friends
Bungarribee Park is a 200-hectare park featuring wide-open scenic space and two sealed tracks – the Heart Crossing Loop and the Bungaribee Trail – which are fantastic for walking and cycling.
It also has one of Sydney’s largest off-leash dog areas, the Warrigal Dog Run, and an awesome playground with climbing tower, slides, a flying fox, swings and water play equipment.
The wetland around Bungarribee and Eastern Creek is protected and 20 hectares of native wildflower and thousands of native trees are gradually being planted there to restore the original landscape, known as the Cumberland Plain.
See our side menu for maps of walking, running and cycling routes.
Facilities at Bungaribee:
- 18 picnic shelters – 10 are available free of charge on a ‘first-come first-served’ basis and the other 8 can be booked for parties and special occasions.
- The shelters you can book range in size from a capacity of 60 people (45 seated, 15 standing) to 90 people (45 seated, 45 standing). See hire a picnic shelter for more details.
- 26 barbecues – available for everyone to use, free of charge. Please leave them clean and tidy when you are done.
- See a map of Bungaribee.
- The entrance is on the corner of Doonside Road and Holbeche Road.
- There are two large carparks. Park only in the bays marked by signs and symbols. Time restrictions apply in some areas.
- Toilets, including accessible facilities, can be found near the playground.
- Portable gas barbecues can be used.
- Heat bead and coal barbecues must NOT be used anywhere in the Parklands.
- If there’s a Total Fire Ban only the Parklands’ electric barbecues can be used.
- If you need assistance you can contact our office or a ranger.
Walking, running and cycling: Sealed tracks, including one that runs between the Great Western Highway and Eastern Road, make Bungarribee a terrific place to walk or cycle.
Parking: Parking is available in marked bays. Bays are marked by signs and symbols and time restrictions apply in some areas.