In keeping with the vision of its colonial founders, Moore Park provides ample open spaces, shady spots and playing fields for the people of Sydney to relax, be entertained and train in.
In addition to sports fields, Moore Park's 115-hectares include Kippax Lake, Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre, the Hordern Pavilion, the Royal Hall of Industries and Busbys Bore.
Founded in 1866, Moore Park was set aside by the Sydney City Council as a dedicated space for recreational sport and leisure activities. The Park's sports fields are a testament to the Council's vision to this day.
Located in Moore Park, the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre is just minutes from Sydney’s CBD, making horse and pony riding accessible to horse-lovers of all ages and levels of experience.
Named the Sydney Athletics Field when it was opened in 1906, the E.S. Marks Athletics Field is an an all-weather, state-of-the-art athletics venue, providing four open nights a week for public training.
Originally known as Billy Goat Swamp, this lake was named for William Kippax in 1888.
Founded in 1913, Moore Park Golf Course is one of Sydney's oldest public courses. It features a Golf Academy, a 60 bay, all-weather driving range, function rooms and free parking for patrons.
Located only 10 minutes from Sydney's CBD and 15 minutes from the international airport and Sydney's iconic Bondi Beach, Fox Studios is the largest integrated film facility in the southern hemisphere.
The Royal Hall of Industries is a beautifully restored events venue with a long and rich history. Once known by Sydneysiders as the Showbag Pavilion, it now hosts festivals, fairs and functions.
Moore Park's Entertainment Quarter features event spaces, cinemas, restaurants, bars and retail outlets. There's ample parking and the SCG, Allianz Stadium, Fox Studios, Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion are nearby.
Originally built to showcase such wonders of technology as electric lights and wireless radios, the Hordern Pavilion is one of Sydney's favourite venues for everything from concerts and boxing to trade shows.
Moore Park offers visitors an abundance of shady spots for picnics and one of the eight free gas-powered BBQs available in the Parklands is located on the western side of the Park.
Moore Park's Rotunda Playground is situated in Moore Park west. Make a day of it and explore Moore Park's Entertainment Quarter once the kids have worked off some energy in the playground.
Once home to Sydney's first golf course, Moore Park has basketball courts, an all-weather field, a running track and a Sports Centre available for hire to organised and casual sporting groups.
Located in Moore Park, KU Centennial Parklands is a community-based, long day care centre for children aged six weeks to six years.
If you decide to drive to events at Moore Park's sport and entertainment precincts, you'll find limited paid parking available at venues nearby.
We recommend using public transport to get to and from special events at Moore Park's sports and entertainment precinct.