Top 5 parks with cafes

So, the kids are home for the holidays and you may be needing some inspiration for what you can get up too. Well, you’re in luck because Tiny Toes Ballet has put together a fabulous list of our favourite Top 5 Parks with a Café. Win win right!!!

plough & harrow

Elizabeth Drive, Abbotsbury, NSW 2176

Plough and Harrow is a popular picnic area surrounded by beautiful native bushland and split into two areas: East and West. East is action-packed, with a playground, cafe, high ropes course and more, while West is better suited to large groups wanting more open space.

https://www.westernsydneyparklands.com.au/places-to-go/plough-and-harrow/

lizard log

The Horsley Drive & Cowpasture Road, Abbotsbury NSW 2176

Lizard Log is a natural wonderland where interaction with its bushland setting is encouraged. As a result, the park has a terrific nature-themed playground, plus scenic walking and cycling tracks.

With its purpose-built coal barbecuing stations, on-site café and lots of shaded and seated areas, it’s a top pick for families.

https://www.westernsydneyparklands.com.au/places-to-go/lizard-log/

ryde park

Blaxland Road, Ryde 2112

A popular sports destination in a garden setting, Ryde Park has recently been upgraded. As a result, the park features a new playground with a basketball court and cafe. It’s suitable for events and hosts several major Council events including Community Christmas celebrations.

Ryde Park features a cycle way, picnic areas, accessible toilet, walking paths and a water station with dog bowl. Therefore, it’s an animal lovers destination!

https://www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/Recreation/Parks-and-Sportsgrounds/Find-a-Park-or-Sportsground/Ryde-Park

parramatta park

Pitt St & Macquarie St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Parramatta Park is an idyllic location and a beautiful place to gather with family and friends for a picnic. It has several picnic shelters, barbecues, amenities and playgrounds.

Parramatta Park is a lovely place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whether you bring your own picnic, use one of the free barbecues or visit our dining facilities, there is something for everyone.

https://www.parrapark.com.au/

blaxland riverside park

Jamieson St, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

Blaxland Riverside Park is located next to Parramatta River. It’s a children’s paradise with a double flying fox, mega-swing, tunnel slides, scramble wall, spinning play disc, viking swing, multi-level tree house and the largest outdoor water play facility!

Perfect for a family day out where you can enjoy a waterside picnic or fire up the one of the free BBQs. In addition, you can explore the riverside walking trail or keep the kids entertained at the biggest playground in Sydney. Why not hire a bike from the historic Gate House in the Armory and ride the Heritage Train. Enjoy fresh food, drinks and riverside views at the Armory Wharf Café and discover the historic precinct of Newington Armory. In conclusion, there is so much to see and do here, your kids will never get bored.

https://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au/Parks/Blaxland-Riverside-Park

obligation free trial

If you have a two to seven-year-old who loves to twirl and leap, Tiny Toes Ballet might be the right fit for your child. Why not come along for a trial lesson.

Call us on (02) 9620 9620 for an obligation-free trial class.

We have classes located at Baulkham HillsBeaumont Hills, Beecroft, Castle HillChatswoodCherrybrookConcordCrows NestFive DockHornsbyKellyvilleKings LangleyRouse HillThe Ponds and Winston Hills.

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