Rushcutters Bay Park
New Beach Road, Darling Point (near New South Head Road)
The park caters for sports such as cricket, rugby union and soccer. It is also a great place to enjoy a sunny day with a picnic rug or a pair of joggers.
- Exercise station
- Public toilets
- Shade trees
Things to do
- Playing sports
- Picnics enjoying the view of Rushcutters Bay
- Grab a coffee of a bite to eat from the kiosk
- Enjoy the shaded playground
- Dog walking (see below)
Originally called Blackburn Cove honouring the Master of HM Armed Tender Supply. Since the area saw much activity by convicts cutting reeds as a source of roof thatching in the early days of the colony, the name became established as the 'Rushcutting Bay' from which the present name derives. The creek has two arms; that rising in present day Darlinghurst and the other, Glenmore Brook, rising in Woollahra and which passed through lower Paddington - the valley also carried the romantic name Lacro.
Plans of management
Download the Rushcutters Bay Park, Yarranabbe Park and Plantation Reserve Plan of Management (PDF, 2.8 MB)
- Field layout (PDF)
- Dogs are permitted on leash at all times and unleashed between 3:30pm and 10:30am.
- Bore water is used for irrigation