• Park Cortile Reserve
  • Location The Parapet, Castlecrag
  • Facilities

    Park benchPlay equipmentPicnic table

Area: 3004m²

The streets and reserves of Castlecrag were named by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahoney Griffin in the 1930s. The names reflect the components of a castle: a cortile is a courtyard, usually internal, and in this reserve, refers to its location being surrounded by dwellings. The land was given to Council by Griffin’s company, the Greater Sydney Development Association Ltd in 1940.

Walk along the pathways off The Parapet to get to the reserve which is located behind houses in the Parapet and Edinburgh Road. The playground is next to the two tennis courts. 

More information about local tennis courts is available in pdf format Tennis in the city of Willoughby.

Garden beds were constructed and planted in 2011 to showcase locally native species.