Prince Alfred Park Reviews
An influx of residents led to improvements in the park and it's now looking good, with a good pool, good sports facilities against the train line, good grass and a southern area with big trees and... more »
A beautiful retreat away from the city noise as you walk to work - take time to enjoy the space for a lunch read while sipping a coffee more »
This park is dedicated to basketball, tennis, swimming and exercise There are many courts to do tennis. By the way, the swimming pool is open all year long.The park is quite romantic, with its flowers and trees.Price Alfred Park was awarded in 2013 the NSW medal at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects state awards in December 2013. Their structures are quite modern. Wow!
If you ever decide you want to just relax with some friends, family or your partner do consider coming here in the late afternoon. The sunset views are pretty spectacular. There are a couple of BBQ stations for those family gatherings if you desire. If you desire a leisure walk, this place would also be a great choice. Super close to Central Station as well.
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