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Our parks

Outdoor fitness equipment

Sports grounds will reopen for outdoor sporting competitions from Wednesday 1 July for both adults and children. Further information can be found on the NSW Office of Sport website. Visit City of Parramatta's COVID-19 webpage for the latest information.

 

Outdoor fitness equipment typically includes pieces of exercise equipment grouped together or spread along a trail in a park or public open space.

It provides a variety of benefits to both users and the community including:

  • greater level of activity within parks and open space
  • flexibility to exercise
  • improved physical health
  • opportunities to meet new people and socialise
  • it's free

Can I book fitness equipment?

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Council’s fitness equipment is for all members of the community to use and it is not possible to book them for exclusive use.

Locations

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City of Parramatta currently manages a variety of fitness equipment in the following locations:

  • Arthur Phillip Park, Northmead
  • Barton Park, North Parramatta
  • Boronia Park, Epping
  • Cowells Lane Reserve, Ermington
  • Doyle Ground, North Parramatta
  • Dundas Park, Dundas
  • Eccles Park, Ermington
  • Eric Primrose Reserve, Rydalmere
  • George Kendall Riverside Park, Ermington
  • Harold West Reserve, Carlingford
  • Hazlewood Rose Park, Carlingford
  • Homelands Reserve, Telopea
  • James Farnell Reserve, Carlingford
  • James Hoskin Reserve, Carlingford
  • John Wearne Reserve, Carlingford
  • Jubilee Park, Parramatta
  • Loftus Square, Epping
  • Milson Park, Westmead
  • Moxham Park, Winston Hills
  • Ollie Webb Reserve, Parramatta
  • Third Settlement Reserve, Winston Hills
  • Upjohn Park, Rydalmere
  • Winston Hills Lions Park, Winston Hills