Area: 2.1 ha (including park, playground and sportsground)
Named after Alderman Joseph Bales, Mayor of Willoughby in 1931-32, 1936, 1938-42 and 1945-47. On land formerly used as Chinese market gardens, the park was created by resumption and private purchase during 1930, and was known as Central Park. In 1952, more land was resumed to increase the park area.
Access to the park is from Stanley Street, Ranelagh Crescent or Sydney Street. There is a level pathway between the Stanley Street park entrance and a bus stop with seat in Fry Street, 250m away.
The fenced playground includes a dual embankment slide, train, swings, spinner, climbing frame and a trike track. One swing can be swung with arm movements only.
Details on how and when it will happen
Bales Park, Stanley Street, Chatswood 2067 View Map
Bales Park, Stanley Street ,
Children's play area is prohibited
From one hour before sunset through to one hour after sunrise only
Customer Service Centre: 31 Victor St, Chatswood NSW 2067, AUSTRALIA
Operating hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Postal address: PO Box 57 Chatswood NSW 2057, AUSTRALIA
Phone: +61 (2) 9777 1000
ABN: 47 974 826 099
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Willoughby City Council acknowledges the traditional inhabitants of the land on which we stand, the Aboriginal people, their spirits and ancestors. We acknowledge the vital contribution that Indigenous people and cultures have made and still make to the nation that we share, Australia.
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