Steyne Park

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Located on the foreshore of Double Bay, the park caters for sports such as hockey and cricket. It is also a great place to enjoy a sunny day with a picnic. The northern end of the park is used for sailboat rigging on weekends. Public access to the water for non-motorised watercraft is available via the boat ramp beside Double Bay Sailing Club. This ramp is also used by 18 Footers League and the Double Bay Sailing Club.

Getting here

2 William Street, Double Bay

  • Double Bay Ferry Wharf
  • Bus services to nearby New South Head Road


Time-limited street parking is available on surrounding streets


  • Junior cricket pitch
  • Gazebo
  • Boat ramp for non-motorised craft - west side of Double Bay Sailing Club


Dogs are permitted on a leash at all times.

Dogs permitted off leash between the seawall and pedestrian path. See attached plan(PDF, 252KB) .


  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilet (MLAK access required)

MLAK keys are available for purchase from the National Support Office of the Master Locksmiths Association (MLAA) or from many MLAA Business Members.


Consumption of alcohol prohibited.

Plan of Management

Generic Crown Lands Plans of Management 2023(PDF, 10MB) (includes Steyne Park)


History of Steyne Park(PDF, 344KB)

Park layout

Field layout(PDF, 905KB)


Bore water is used for irrigation.


2 William Street, Double Bay 2028  View Map

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