Parks in Woronora
A day out in the great outdoors, enjoying a picnic and time with friends and family is something everyone should experience. Woronora, NSW provides access to some of Sydney’s finest natural landscapes, from heritage-listed parks to wetlands, reserves, and bushland. It’s easy to see why people love spending time here!
Prince Edward Park
This is a beautiful place to enjoy a picnic, go for a walk or join in with one of the many free community events that are held here. You can even spot an echidna!
Cumberland State Forest Park
If you’re looking for somewhere peaceful and quiet, Cumberland State Forest Park is perfect. It’s just 20 minutes from Woronora by car so it won’t feel too far away when you want to get back home. There are lots of walking tracks around this park which range in difficulty level – choose whichever track best suits your fitness ability!
Woronora Dam Reserve & Bushcare Group
The native plants at this reserve have been restored through volunteer work over several years. The aim was to protect biodiversity not only in the reserve but also in the surrounding areas. If you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity, this is a great place to start!
Woronora Heights Oval
This oval is home to Woronora Heights Cricket Club and Woronora Rugby League Football Club. Come down and support your local team – or even better, have a go at playing yourself! There’s plenty of space here for everyone.
Burnum Burnum Sanctuary
This is probably the most unique park in Woronora, and it’s well worth taking a look around if you can. Burnum Burnum was an Aboriginal man who dedicated his life to protecting Australia’s native flora and fauna. There are gorgeous walking tracks here that will lead you through beautiful forests full of wildlife – including kangaroos!
Woronora Village Tourist Park
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay while you explore the many parks in Woronora, this is a great option. It’s close enough to all of these beautiful natural areas so that it won’t feel like too much of a drive no matter which park you choose!
This cemetery was first opened back in 1887 and provides some truly spectacular scenery. There are walking tracks here that wind around picturesque hillsides full of native plants, as well as graves dating back over 100 years – definitely worth checking out if you have an interest in history or horticulture.
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Sydney Tramway Museum
Address: Cnr of Rawson Avenue and, Pitt St, Loftus NSW 2232, Australia
Main Phone: (02) 9542 3646
Did you know that Sydney Tramway Museum rates 4.6/5 based on 273 total ratings?
Reviews for Sydney Tramway Museum
a week ago
A great place to visit if you’re interested in history, transport or enjoy looking at beautiful old public transport vehicles. The volunteers are very friendly and knowledgeable. You can ride a lovingly restored hundred year old tram across the Princes Highway level crossing to the historic Royal National Park station above Audley. What a wonderful way to hear that old ding ding ding!
a month ago
Great place to visit, easy to reach right next to Loftus train station. It is full of beautiful trams from all around the world. Andy was a great tour guide – very friendly and informative. Thank you Andy!
a month ago
A great place to take the kids. Friendly staff who work 2 days a week voluntarily. There is a nice souvenir shop and picnic area and a little kiosk for drinks, ice cream and chips and a great museum with nice trams for the kids to explore and a lot of history. Unlimited tram rides are a bonus stopping in the national park for a short distance.