Plan Your Visit
Western Sydney Parklands is a place to meet, celebrate, learn, play, exercise, and appreciate the beautiful natural environment. The Parklands stretches 27 kilometres from Quakers Hill to Leppington, running through the Local Government Areas of Blacktown, Fairfield and Liverpool. On completion the Parklands will be the largest urban parkland system in Australia, and one of the largest in the world. It includes walking and cycling tracks, playgrounds, picnic areas, sporting and recreation venues, urban farms, eateries and event spaces for hire.
Western Sydney Parklands gates open:
- May 1 to July 31, 8am-5pm
- August 1 to April 30, 8am-7pm
- Pedestrian access at all times.
Entry and parking at Western Sydney Parklands is free.
There are many ways to get to the Parklands, depending on which area you wish to visit. Walk, cycle, drive, or plan your trip via public transport by visiting Transport NSW.
Dogs are permitted at the Parklands, on-leash only. Warrigal Run at Bungarribee is the only off-leash dog area in the Parklands.
Wylde Mountain Bike Trail is open daily, sunrise to sunset. The trail is closed when the track is wet or during special events. Check current status on our Facebook page here.
Nurragingy Reserve's opening hours are listed on the Blacktown City Council website.