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Oran Park Town is home to many sporting fields and open spaces, with kilometres of walking/bike trials that interconnect you to Oran Park Towns most loved facilities. 

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Julia Reserve

To bust out some energy, Julia Reserve Youth Precinct is the place to go.

Julia Reserve Youth Precinct has an integrated multi-dimensional skate park with stake-able elements throughout the entire park that is suitable for all ages catering for beginners to elite skaters. The reserve has a parkour zone, basketball court, table tennis, kickabout space and shelter/seating areas. 

Julia Reserve is home to the largest skate park in South West Sydney which makes it a very popular park, for hanging out with friends, vlogging and birthday parties. 

Julia Reserve, Peter Brock Drive, Oran Park. 

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Dawson Park - Splash Park


Dawson Park will be opening soon to the public. It will be a popular park for families to spend their summer days having picnics by the splash park. 

It is home to Camden’s largest splash park and only Ninja Warrior course. The park also features play equipment for both younger children as well as youth, a half basketball court, dynamic exercise equipment, amenities block and car parking.  A formal civic plaza, riparian corridor and bio retention basin offer passive spaces where people can relax and enjoy the open spaces. Share paths and shelters are provided in the park as well as BBQ facilities within the riparian corridor.

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Dog Off-Leash Parks

At Oran Park Town we like to cater for all our residents including our four-legged friends.

Dog owners can choose between the dog off-leash park in Champions Park or in Ewing Loop.

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Fitness Equipment

The health and wellbeing of our community is important and we believe that everyone should have the ability to access free fitness equipment. With this in mind we have provided a number of outdoor fitness stations throughout Oran Park Town's walkable community.


Gardner Reserve

Named after Wollongong racing legend Wayne Gardner, Gardner Reserve has a sportsfield which is the home for local sporting clubs as well as an amenities building, play equipment and three fitness stations.

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Brabham Reserve

Brabham Reserve is named after Sir Jack Brabham who was the first Australian Formula One World Champion.  Home to local sporting clubs, the Reserve includes two sportsfields, a cricket pitch, cricket practice nets and amenities building.

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Perich Park

A traditional town park located in the heart of the town Centre with shaded seating.  Featuring a tribute to the First Fleet's lost cattle of the Cowpastures as well as Stage 1 of the Oran Park Raceway Walk of Fame.

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Bridge Park

Situated behind the Oran Park Town Display Village in Ambrose Street, Bridge Park is located near the site of the bridge of the former racetrack.  It includes a fully enclosed play area for younger children and covered picnic area.

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Grand Prix Park


In homage to Oran Park Raceway hosting two Australian Grand Prix, this prominent park located on Peter Brock Drive has been named Grand Prix Park.  It features a large pond and viewing platforms, as well as a large playground for older children, big grassed areas, bbqs, covered picnic shelters, fitness equipment and walking paths.

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Singer Park

The Oran Park Raceway was established by the Singer Car Club and in honour of this, Singer Park was named after the Club.  The park is a colourful centrepiece in Austen Circuit and includes a children's playground, sheltered picnic tables and grassed area.

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Champions Park

Continuing the raceway theme, the parks located on both sides of Peter Brock Drive on the corner of The Northern Road are named Champions Park.

The parks have an avenue of trees on both corners creating a pleasant gateway into Oran Park Town.  A water detention basin on both corners provides water quality treatment and sheltered picnic tables provide the perfect place for a picnic or place to sit and enjoy the vista.

Both parks have large grassed areas and walking paths throughout to provide easy pedestrian access.  The southern basin includes a fitness station whilst the northern basin offers a dog off-leash area.

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Volunteers Park

Volunteers played an important part in the success of Oran Park Raceway.  In recognition of this, the neighbourhood park located in Civic Way was named Volunteers Park.  The park includes a sheltered picnic area and a children's playground.

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Family Hill Park

Family Hill Park is located in Carden Street near the site of the Raceway's "Family Hill" spectator spot.

The park includes a small playground and sheltered picnic table.

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Grandstand Park

Once the site of the Oran Park Raceway Grandstand, Grandstand Park sits high on Grandstand Loop providing mountain views.  As a tribute to the former raceway, the park includes a racetrack themed picnic shelter and a replica of the racetrack is incorporated in the path.

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Kolombo Reserve

Kolombo Perich was a previous landowner and dairy farmer on the land now known as Oran Park Town.  In recognition of the areas history the open space on Oran Park Drive has been named Kolombo Reserve.

The Reserve includes a detention basin and features a board walk, walking paths and sheltered picnic tables.

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Angus Park

Angus Park is a quite park for the surrounding neighbourhood. Facilities include a sheltered picnic area, choice of nest swing, toddler swings or regular swings and acoustic play equipment. Angus Park is elevated high and has scenic views. 

Angus Park is located North of Dick Johnson Drive.