Your Local Parks

Prout Park

Overview

Fairfield City has four district parks - Fairfield, Cabramatta, Wetherill Park and Bonnyrigg Town Centre. 

PARK NAME

ADDRESS

FACILITIES

Fairfield District Park 

Vine St, Fairfield 

Adventure Playground, toilets, picnic shelter, BBQs.

Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park 

Cnr Smithfield Rd & Elizabeth Dr, Edensor Park 

Playground, toilets, picnic shelter, skate park, basketball court. 

Wetherill Park Reserve

Victoria St, Wetherill Park

Playground, toilets, picnic shelter, walking circuit.

Cabravale Park 

Railway Pde, Cabramatta

Playground, toilets, basketball court, bandstands, carpark.

 

Fairfield City has a wide variety of open space consisting of 200 formal and informal parks and 90 sports grounds with playing fields and sports courts. See full list of Parks(PDF, 378KB).

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Parks in Western Sydney Parklands

Western Sydney Parklands is the largest parkland area in Fairfield City and one of the largest parks in Australia. The Parklands have many picnic and barbecue facilities, playgrounds, walking trails, and bushland and district views. Download Park Map.

Western Sydney Parklands Website 

Park Policies & Planning

No smoking in our parks 

All of Fairfield City Council sportsfields and parks are smoke-free. Smoking of cigarettes and other forms of tobacco is banned. Download Council's Puff Free Parks Policy(PDF, 111KB).

Plans of Management

A Plan of Management broadly outlines the long-term use (5-10 years), development and management of community land.  

It provides a framework for priority-setting and decision-making for operational plans and the day-to-day management of the land.

A Plan of Management can be specific to one particular location or be generic and include a number of similar areas of land. 


Generic Plans of Management

  • Community Land Generic Plan of Management, incorporating land categorised as Parks, General Community Use, Natural Area-Watercourse, Natural Area – Wetland, Natural- Area Foreshore.
  • Generic Natural Areas Bushland.
  • Generic Sportsground.

Individual Plans of Management 

General community use: 

  • Canley Heights Town Square and adjoining car park
  • Fairfield Showground
  • Cabramatta & Prairiewood Leisure Centres and Prairiewood Youth and Community Centre
  • Fairfield City Golf Course Plan of Management

Natural areas and reserves:

  • Bossley Road Reserve
  • Cabramatta Creek Wetland
  • de Freitas Wetland
  • Derwent Place Reserve , including Quarry Road Reserve, Mersey Close Reserve and Barron Place reserve
  • Fairfield Indigenous Flora Park, including Christie Street Reserve
  • Flying-fox Reserve
  • Gordon Street Reserve, includes Bland Street Reserve
  • Sartor Crescent Reserve including Coolatai Crescent Reserve, Whitlam Avenue Reserve and Britten Place Reserve 

Parks: 

  • Bonnyrigg Town Centre Park
  • Cabravale Memorial Park
  • Elizabeth Drive and Simpson Road (Aplin reserve)
  • Fairfield Park includes Heiden Park and Oakdene Park
  • Wetherill Park Reserve
  • Wilson Road Reserve 

Sportsgrounds:

  • Allambie Reserve, including adjacent areas of Community Land along Orphan School Creek and between Cowpasture and Belfield Roads
  • Brenan Park
  • Cabramatta Sportsground
  • Carrawood Park, includes Lansdowne Bridge Reserve & Waterside Ave Reserve
  • Cherrybrook Reserve
  • Emerson Street Reserve
  • Endeavour Reserve
  • Horsley Park Reserve
  • Irelands Bridge Reserve
  • Joe Broad Reserve and Tresalam Street Reserve
  • Lalich Reserve includes Amaroo Street Reserve, Hamel Road Reserve, Horton Road Reserve and Stefanie Place Park
  • Marconi Park
  • Parkes Reserve
  • Powhaten Reserve  including Comache Reserve, Arrowhead Reserve, Mimosa Road Reserve
  • Rosford Street Reserve including Janice Crosio Oval and Rhondda Street Reserve
  • Smithfield Reserve
  • St Johns Park Reserve
  • Stockdale Crescent Reserve including Gleeson Place Reserve
  • Strong Reserve