West Epping Park
LOCATION - Dent Street, Epping NSW
GETTING THERE - There is a car park which can be accessed off Murray Farm Road.
PARK DETAILS - Opened in 2018 located next to the Epping YMCA the park provides opportunities for passive recreation such as walking, jogging, picnic activities, skateboarding, basketball, tennis and access to multiple play spaces. The play spaces are suited for a range of age groups containing four slides of varying sizes, rope climbing tower, disc spinner, table tennis tables, merry go round and so much more. A key feature of West Epping Park is the two synthetic sporting fields the first for the City of Parramatta Council. The fields can be booked for soccer during winter and there will be a cricket pitch available during summer.
FACILITIES AVAILABLE - West Epping Park features the following amenities:
PLAYSPACE - A skill and sensory-based playspace which is great for a variety of age groups. The older children’s space includes slides of varying sizes, rope climbing tower, spinner and birds nest swing. The pre-school age area includes swings, climbing equipment, merry-go round, slide and a spinner.
AVAILABILITY AND BOOKINGS
p: 02 9806 5140
f: 02 9806 5927
There will be football posts and line marking for 1 senior field (100mx65m) and 1 junior field (70mx43m) available during the winter season April to August and a cricket pitch available during the summer season September to March.
We hope you enjoy your time using the West Epping Park synthetic sporting fields, to maximise the use and performance of the fields, visitors and users are required to abide by the following conditions:
- No smoking
- No chewing gum
- No food and drinks other than water
- No glass or sharp objects
- No BBQ's/ fires
- No dogs/ animals
- No heavy items, including exercise equipment
- No pegs and stakes
- No tables and chairs
- No vehicles, including cars and bikes
The West Epping sporting complex is located within a residential area. Noise must be kept to a minimum when accessing or leaving the site to respect our neighbours.
Moulded studs or dimpled astroturf trainers.
Flat soled trainers - they flatten the synthetic grass, causing long-term damage.