Bicentennial Park - Things to do in Sydney Olympic Park
Bicentennial Park is a diverse natural asset combining the Badu Mangroves wetlands on Homebush Bay with 40 hectares of beautiful parklands in Sydney featuring gentle hills, lakeside meadows and soothing green vistas. This Sydney park features playgrounds, picnic shelters, BBQ, toilets and several car parks. It’s open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset.
Things to do at Bicentennial Park:
- Enjoy a picnic on the grassy banks of Lake Belvedere or under a shady shelter
- Have your own sausage sizzle using the free electric BBQ
- Explore the adventure playground with its sandpit, slide, climbing frame, swings and shade sails
- Walk, run or cycle along the shared pathways
- Take your dog for a walk (on-leash at all times in this park)
- Duck and weave through the splashing fountains and water spouts at the water play area
- Take the stairs to the top of the Treillage Tower for views over the wetlands, Homebush Bay and the city skyline
- Ponder world peace at the imposing metal sculpture of the ‘Peace Monument’ or refine your time-telling techniques at the ‘Sundial’ sculpture
- Follow the boardwalk into the dappled light of the mangroves for a walk of discovery
- Set up your bird watching binoculars at the bird hide in the waterbird refuge
- Hire a two-wheeling dragster, cruiser, tandem or trike at the bike hire shop
- Enjoy a good coffee, hearty breakfast or refreshing rest stop at Cafe at WatervieW
- Select a site to hire for your community or corporate event
- Book a room for your next group gathering at WatervieW in Bicentennial Park
Note: You may have noticed some construction work commencing in Bicentennial Park at the corner of Australia Avenue and Bennelong Parkway. Ausgrid will be constructing a new substation to facilitate future development at Sydney Olympic Park to meet the increasing electricity demand for the area's growing community. Find out more
Note: The Treillage Tower in Bicentennial Park is undergoing improvement works as part of the overall maintenance and upkeep of this public artwork. Works include some restoration of the steel members as well as painting, and are expected to be complete in August, weather permitting. The Treillage Tower and its viewing platform will be unavailable during this time.
We apologise for any inconvenience.