Warners Park

Warners Park

Area: 4.92 ha

Warners Park is a multi-purpose open space consisting of bushland, recreational grass areas, a children’s playground, the Warners Park Community Centre, the Willoughby Community Garden, a car park and the former Northbridge Bowling Club.

Named after J.R. (Reg) Warner who operated the ‘Waratah’ dairy in Edinburgh Road in 1914. His motto was “Service, hygiene and pure raw dairy milk”. He subdivided the dairy in 1942 and donated 5 acres to Willoughby Council for public recreation. During 1949-51 more land was purchased and resumed to enlarge the park and improve access. The Northbridge Bowling Club opened in 1954; the neighbouring Northbridge Women’s Bowling Club operated from 1957-2001.

The shady, fenced playground was constructed in 2005 and upgraded in 2019. It includes a climbing net, triple swing, wide embankment slide, trike track, teepee, sandpit, sensory elements and a flying fox. The “Village Green” is a multi purpose recreational area incorporating a picnic area and turfed “green” where casual ball games such as mini soccer can be played. It includes picnic settings, a BBQ, park benches and a bubbler.

Bush tracks pass through bushland, allowing public access between Eastern Valley Way and Castlecrag. Walking tracks continue throughout Castlecrag and in the other direction to Market Garden Park which links to Flat Rock Gully and Artarmon.


Warners Park, The Outpost, Northbridge 2063  View Map

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