Top 5 Inner West Parks for your Laser Tag Party

Have you wondered… “What are the best parks in Sydney’s Inner West?”

Well, in this latest installment of our blog series of the top parks around Sydney, we are giving you our top 5 parks in Sydney’s Inner West.

We have you covered… from Glebe to Homebush; these parks are perfect for your outdoor Laser Tag party. Each park has the all important picnic tables and public toilets as well as plenty of space for your laser tag games.

Here are our top 5 Inner West parks and playgrounds:

 

  1. Burwood park

 

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Close to everything and very buzzy with a great community vibe and loads of facilities is Burwood Park. It is a surprising oasis in the heart of Burwood.

Features:

  • Burwood Park Pavilion
  • Playground with shade structure
  • Tennis courts
  • Cricket pitch
  • Public toilets
  • Casual playing field
  • Outdoor chess board
  • Pond
  • Rotunda
  • Barbecues and picnic shelter
  • Outdoor table tennis unit (balls and racquets are not provided)

Check out the council webpage for this park: http://www.burwood.nsw.gov.au/our_burwood/parks_and_reserves/burwood_park,_burwood.html

 

2. Brays Bay Reserve, Rhodes

 

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Situated between McIlwaine and Rhodes Park, Brays Bay Reserve is located right by the water and is the start of the Kokoda memorial track. Picturesque location with parking and picnic areas, it is perfect for holding a party or gathering.

Features:

  • McIlwaine Park has two kids playgrounds
  • Public toilets
  • BBQs
  • 6 covered picnic tables
  • Foreshore park with expansive waterviews
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Car park

Check out the council webpage for this park: http://www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au/rhodes/rhodes-parks-brays-bay-reserve.html

 

3. Bicentennial Park, Homebush Olympic Park

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Located within the Homebush Olympic Park precint, this magnificent 40 hectares of parkland has everything on offer. Open grass spaces, playgrounds, picnic areas and bike tracks.

Features:

  • Playgrounds
  • Bike Tracks
  • Electric BBQs
  • Picnic areas
  • Water views
  • Public Toilets
  • Parking at P10A-P10G areas

Check out the council webpage for this park: https://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au/Parks/Bicentennial-Park

 

4. Elkington Park, Balmain

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Situated on the Balmain foreshore is Elkington Park. This historic park with beautiful mature Fig Trees and palms has great views and lots of shaded cover for laser tag games.

Features:

  • Playground
  • Rotunda
  • Public and Disabled Toilets
  • Water views

Check out the council webpage for this park: https://www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/explore/parks-sport-and-recreation/parks-and-playgrounds/parks-by-suburb/balmain-parks/elkington-park

 

5. Glebe Foreshore Park

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Nestled against the Glebe foreshore in the city’s west, 4 parks make up more than 17 hectares of open grasslands, sports fields, adventure playgrounds, wetlands and off-leash areas.

Features:

  • Public toilets
  • Bubblers
  • Barbecue
  • Picnic areas
  • Bus and light rail links
  • Water views
  • Great playground

Check out the council webpage for this park: https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/explore/facilities/parks/major-parks/glebe-foreshore-park

So there you have it, our top 5 Inner West Parks for your Laser Warriors, laser tag party. If you’re after some other park suggestions, then give us a call. Linda has a vast knowledge of all the great parks around Sydney that are perfect for your Laser Warriors event.

 

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