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Western Sydney Parklands

Get back to what really matters - nature, family, friends and fun!

With over 70km of tracks and trails, plus playgrounds, picnic areas and parks, now’s the time to get back on track in Western Sydney Parklands: Sydney’s biggest backyard.

Get back to nature, get moving, get active and bring the family to explore Western Sydney Parkland’s 11 unique maps, with tracks and trails to suit everyone. 

Explore breathtaking walking, running and cycling trails, or take time out to just breathe in fresh air and connect with open green spaces. Trails can take anywhere from 30 minutes to three hours to complete. Most tracks are paved or gravel, but some are grass tracks, fire trails or old farm roads. All trails are graded according to the Australian Walking Track Grading System.

Bring the kids and play in one, or many, playgrounds, take an easy walk around Lizard Log or Bungarribee Playground or take a short stroll or cycle to The Dairy, Pimelea Loop, Moonrise Lookout, Sugarloaf Ridge or Prospect Reservoir. There’s plenty of pram-, bike- and wheelchair-friendly paths to walk, ride or roll on.

Come and take a leisurely stroll, a quick jog after work or train for your next epic trek or marathon at Western Sydney Parklands.

The walk is an experience for people to learn more about First Nations culture and language on Country. Along the walk you will find six …

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Australian Walking Track Grading System

All tracks and trails are graded according to the Australian Walking Track Grading System. Most tracks and trails in the Parklands are graded 1-3, making them an easy and fun way to explore Sydney’s biggest backyard, no matter your fitness level. Read more about the Australian Walking Track Grading System on the NSW National Parks website.

Beating Diabetes Together

We have partnered with Western Sydney Diabetes to help the community beat diabetes together. We all know that doing regular exercise is good for your health. But did you know it can also reduce the risk of developing diabetes? Walking, running and cycling are easy, inexpensive and enjoyable ways you can stay active. 

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