Rushcutters Bay Park
In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and in the interest of protecting the health and safety of our community and staff, we have closed all beaches and harbourside pools, playgrounds, fitness stations and basketball courts. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Rushcutters Bay Park is a harbourside park with a foreshore walk connecting to Yarranabbe Park. The park has two sportsfields that cater for cricket, rugby union and soccer, and it has an outdoor personal fitness station. It is also a great place to enjoy a picnic on a sunny day or have a coffee at the parks next to the playground.
2A New South Head Road, Edgecliff
Access from New South Head Road and New Beach Road
- Exercise station
- Public toilets
- Rugby field
- Soccer field
- Synthetic junior cricket pitch
Dogs are permitted on leash at all times and unleashed between 3:30pm and 10:30am.
- Accessible toilet
- Baby change table
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.
A heritage-listed stormwater channel divides Rushcutters Bay Park between Woollahra Council and City of Sydney, which manages the western half of the park.
Plans of management
Download the Rushcutters Bay Park, Yarranabbe Park and Plantation Reserve Plan of Management (PDF, 2.8 MB)
- Field layout (PDF)
- Bore water is used for irrigation