The park and oval are named after cricket legend Victor Trumper. It contains a grass cricket wicket and cricket practice wickets. Australian Rules is played, including at night under floodlights, and a turf athletic track borders the oval.
A series of walking trails connect surrounding streets through regenerated bushland. The Paddington Community Garden is located off Quarry Street within Trumper Park.
361-441 Glenmore Road and Hampden Street, Paddington
10 minute walk from Edgecliff train station.
- Turf cricket pitch
- Practice cricket nets
- Turf running track
- Night training lights
- Paddington Community Garden
- Adjacent tennis centre
- Dogs are permitted on a leash at all times in Trumper Park.
- Dogs are prohibited from Trumper Oval
- Accessible toilet under the grandstand
Originally Hampden Park Oval, it was built on reclaimed swamp - Glenmore Brook runs down and under its middle. It was named in honour of Viscount Hampden, Governor of New South Wales (1895-99) - Hampden Street alongside the park was originally named Ebenezer Street. The name of park was changed in 1931 to honour one of Paddington's cricketing heroes, Victor Trumper ( 1877-1915).
- Field layout (PDF)
Plan of management
- A plan of management is currently being drafted.
- Bore water is used for irrigation.