Residents can enjoy all the beauty of nature – many just a stone’s throw away from a thriving town centre. Our park and recreational areas include a purpose-built skate park, bike tracks, endless walking trails and spacious off-leash dog parks fitted with special drinking fountains to keep our four-legged friends happy.
Since its launch in December 2020, Dawson Damer Park has been a popular spot for families.
It’s Camden’s largest splash park with 30 water features and a large dump bucket. This favourite local attraction is also very accessible – wheelchairs can be booked through Camden Council.
The park offers a junior and youth play space, including a half basketball court and Ninja Warrior Course, the first of its kind in Camden.
BBQ facilities, picnic shelters and amenities are included for the comfort and enjoyment of park guests.
Julia Reserve Youth Precinct is the place to go to bust out some energy!
This popular park has an integrated multi-dimensional skate park suitable for all ages – from beginners to elite skaters. The park includes a parkour zone, basketball court, table tennis, kickabout space, shelter/seating areas and a state-of-the-art Youth and Recreation Building.
Home to the largest skate park in South West Sydney, Julia Reserve is a popular park for hanging out with friends, vlogging and birthday parties.
A well-known park loved by locals, Doohan Ovals is one of Oran Park’s largest parks made up of of 10.4 hectares. The Reserve features a clubhouse, four regular sports fields plus two ovals for cricket and AFL. With plenty of on-site parking, residents can also access eight tennis courts, basketball courts and an all-abilities playground.
Named after Wollongong racing legend Wayne Gardner, Gardner Reserve is a sportsfield and home to the local sporting clubs. It also features an amenities building, play equipment and three fitness stations.
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 sports fields, a cricket pitch, cricket practice nets and amenities building.
A traditional town park located in the heart of the town centre with shaded seating. Perich Park features 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.
Paying homage to Oran Park Raceway, this prominent park is located on Peter Brock Drive. It features a large pond and viewing platforms, as well as a spacious playground for older children, several grassed areas, BBQs, covered picnic shelters, fitness equipment and walking paths.
Volunteers played an important part in the success of Oran Park Raceway. This neighbourhood park on Civic Way pays tribute to their tireless contribution. The park includes a sheltered picnic area and a children’s playground.
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.
Once the site of the Oran Park Raceway Grandstand, Grandstand Park sits high on Grandstand Loop with mountain views. As a tribute to the former raceway, the park includes a racetrack-themed picnic shelter. A replica of the racetrack is also incorporated in the path.
Kolombo Perich was a previous landowner and dairy farmer on the land now known as Oran Park. Kolombo Reserve pays tribute to the area’s history. The Reserve includes a detention basin and features a board walk, walking paths and sheltered picnic tables, as well as a fitness station.
Hollywood Park gets its name from its proximity to the Oran Park sign – popularly referred to as the ‘Hollywood sign’ by the locals. The park includes a large playground ideal for young children.
Located behind the Oran Park Display Village in Ambrose Street, Bridge Park is near the former racetrack’s bridge. It includes a fully enclosed play area for younger children as well as a covered picnic area.
This park pays tribute to the Singer Car Club that established The Oran Park Raceway. The park is a colourful centrepiece in Austen Circuit and includes a children’s playground, sheltered picnic tables and grassed area.
Located North of Dick Johnson Drive, Angus Park is a quiet neighbourhood park with scenic views. Facilities include a sheltered picnic area, choice of nest swing, toddler swings or regular swings as well as acoustic play equipment.
Dedicated to the memory of police dog, Titan, this large off-leash area is roughly the size of a footy field. It is securely fenced and divided into two separate areas to accommodate large and small dogs. Spacious enough for dogs of all sizes to run free.
This securely fenced off-leash park pays tribute to police dog, Corrina, an explosive detection dog who also worked at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Conveniently located by the Northern Road for easier access.
A smaller off-leash park for that early morning sprint or afternoon visit when your furry friend needs to burn off a little energy, fast! It is a self-contained, well-kept parkland pocket ideal for smaller dogs.
A securely fenced neighbourhood park named after the military explosive detection dog, Billie, who worked at the Sydney Olympics and whose paw prints are commemorated at Canberra’s Australian War Memorial. With a residential area located nearby, you can mix up your pet’s morning exercise with a park run and street stroll.
Popular walkway that starts from Julia Reserve Youth Precinct and follows through to Brabham Reserve Ovals.
Partly open, more to come.
Future walking trails to come. Located next to Dawson Damer Splash Park.
Future walking trails to come.