What parks and gardens are in Hornsby?

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nicolag1 Nov 18, 2016
Heaps of playgrounds and wahroonga park has a typical english style park where you can picnic. Lovely.
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EJJ 2yrs+
Plenty of parks in Hornsby. If you live near Hornsby "CBD" (around the Westfield shopping centre) the best for younger kids (playground type park) are Beatrice Thomson Park (intersection Water St & Albert St) and corner Mildred Ave & Jersey St North (a bit further away).

For a larger type park for sports, BBQ, and canoe-ing, the best is Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (just a few minutes drives away - worth a visit).
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Teagan Meyer 2yrs+
Hornsby is surrounded by an abundance of parks and playgrounds. Parks within Hornsby are Lisgar Gardens which is located on Lisgar Road, Hornsby Park which is located on Pacific Highway, Holman Park which is located on the corner of Northcote Road and Sherbrook Road and Ginger Meggs Park which is located on Valley Road. If you are looking for a park with a playground as well as BBQ facilities, Hornsby Park has both. Hornsby Heights also has a large variety of parks to visit. Rofe Park is located on Galston Road and has a leash-free dog area. Crosslands Reserve, a camping and picnic area is at the northern end of Hornsby Heights off Somerville Road.
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Wayfarer 2yrs+
There are so many. There are parks for children, sports, gardens and two national parks. What type are you after?
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