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Beautiful Parklands. Outstanding Cafes!

Enmore Park: 3oo meters from the property:

Iconic Enmore Park is located near the boundary of Enmore and Marrickville and for many years has provided locals with a great green space with plenty for the kids (and adults) to do. Within the park are a playground and large, flat, grassed areas and there are a few cafes nearby. The Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre is also located within the confines of the park.

The playground in Enmore Park is recognisable by the ‘rocket’ and is suitable for all ages and abilities. It has swings, slides, a spider climbing net, see-saws and spring ride-on equipment, all located under a sail shade and over a soft-fall surface.

The park is also a favourite because of it’s flat, open space. This space is great for all types of ball games, learning to ride your bike or just a family picnic in the park!

Sydney Park: 8oo meters from the property:

Ask any Sydney resident about the first thing that pops into their mind when they hear the name Sydney Park and chances are they’ll tell you about the tall chimneys that rise above the former brickworks site.

The brick kilns have not been used for more than 60 years but the historic structures remain, providing an instantly recognisable landmark in the north-western corner of the park.

However, Sydney Park is much more than just brick chimneys.

The park is in St Peters, on the fringes of the city south. The open space is made of 40 hectares of lush grass, landscaped gardens, rolling hills, meandering pathways and picturesque wetlands. Creeks flow throughout the park and attract all different types of birds. There are plenty of spacious viewing decks that are perfectly placed to make sure you can take it all in as long as you like. Sydney Park is popular for weekend picnics and it’s verydog friendly.

A large children’s playground will probably have the grown-ups mesmerised just as much as the kids. The tactile, one-of-a-kind playground includes many different types of equipment that will keep children entertained for hours, as well as several elements that will stimulate their senses of touch, hearing and sight.

Parts of Sydney Park are accessible, such as the playground, some paths and toilets, but it does contain some steep hills. It is home to the AIDS Memorial Grove. The Sydney Park Cycling Centre is within the grounds, providing a space for families to learn about cycling and road safety. Cafés, barbecue facilities and public toilets are also available in the park.

If you’re heading to the park by public transport, St Peters train station is just across the road. There are also a few bus routes that stop nearby, such as the 370 and 422. Look for routes that travel down Sydney Park Road, Princes Highway and King Street. Three car parks are available, two of which feature accessible parking bays.

West Julliet Cafe: 12o meters from the property:

At West Juliett they make their own pastries and baked goods…

They use coffee roasted by All Press Espresso.

They use fresh jersey milk from Warnembool, and make their own sodas.
Their beef is grass fed angus from Taralga Springs and they use free range eggs, honey tomatoes and more delivered directly from Mary’s farm.

They go to market every week to choose their fruit and vegetables.

They have a small catering space next door too.


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  • Author : Tesla
  • Category : Fitness, Food, Leisure, Services
  • Date : June 11, 2014
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