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Boronia Park: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Woolwich Dock and Parklands


Woolwich Dock and Parklands is both a working maritime precinct and one of Sydney's most beautiful foreshore parklands.

Explore Sydney's maritime past with a visit to Woolwich Dock where boats have been built and repaired for more than a century. Watch vessels being lifted in and out of the water at this majestic sandstone dry-dock, which is linked to parklands by picturesque walkways with breathtaking harbour views.

The adjacent Woolwich Lookout is a dramatic cantilevered platform that juts out over the dock's sandstone cutting, offering sweeping views of the maritime activity below as well as the city skyline, the Harbour Bridge, and the nearby Lane Cover River and Balmain peninsula.

The surrounding paddocks and parks, linked by scenic walking tracks, are the perfect place for a picnic. Or relax and have lunch at the Deckhouse restaurant and function centre on the foreshore of Woolwich Dock.





Woolwich Dock and Parklands (off Gale Street and Clarke Road)
Woolwich, NSW, 2110

Located 3.2K from Boronia Park

Cockatoo Island


Only a short ferry ride from Sydney's city centre is Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour's largest island and one of Australia's most fascinating historical sites.

Take an audio tour or self-guided journey and explore the island's convict and shipbuilding history. Stop for refreshments and take in the sweeping harbour views from Societ? Overboard cafe and the Cockatoo Island Marine Centre. Play tennis on the court with some of the best views in Sydney. Pick up a free children's activity guide or hire a boat from the Marine Centre.

Cockatoo Island is the only Sydney Harbour island where you can stay overnight. Take a short break in one of the luxury houses or apartments or camp overnight on the harbour's edge in what Lonely Planet described as "one of the world's most spectacularly located campsites".

Cockatoo Island is open daily and entry is free.




Cockatoo Island
Cockatoo Island, NSW, 2000

Located 3.7K from Boronia Park

Boronia Park: Events

Learning to code for kids: make your own iPhone app


Make your own iPhone app during the school holidays!

With CodeSpace Education's school holiday workshops, you will learn how to make your own iPhone or Android game to download onto your device!

Their camp is both super educational and epic fun (yes, its possible!)

In this camp, kids aged eight - fourteen can sign up and learn how to code and design games - how cool is that?

The camp is run at Riverside Girls High School - online bookings essential!


Event Dates
2017
      19th Jan
      20th Jan


Huntleys Point Road
Huntleys Point, NSW, 2111

Located 1.6K from Boronia Park

Ladies Only Tasting, Champagne - The cool guide to the worlds most audacious beverage


Come and help them kick off the first of their Ladies only events and join them for a fun-filled Champagne event presented by Champagne expert and author Joshi Pitman.

Leave the men at home, bring your friends, your mother, your sister or any women in your life that enjoys and wants to learn more!

Featuring the fabulous Champagne Zarb this event covers fun and essential facts about Champagne including excerpts from her recently released book, a thrilling demonstration of the noble art of sabrage (cutting off the top of the bottle with a sabre).

Zarb Champagne is new to Australia and you will be among the first to enjoy it.

Events includes a glass of Zarb champagne on arrival, three tasting glasses with an informative introduction to the Zarb range and a final glass to finish the evening! Light snacks will be provided.

Book now at their website.





Unit2/ 7-9 Orion Road
Lane Cove West, NSW, 2066

Located 2.1K from Boronia Park

Winestate Magazine Public Tasting of New Release and Best Wines


Winestate Magazine will be conducting its annual judging of the new release and best wines of Central and West New South Wales at Artisan Wine Storage.

After the judging you are invited to a tasting of these wines - many of which are not yet available in the market. All recommended wines will have their results published in the May/June issue of Winestate Magazine.

Up to 100 different wines will be available at the tasting so to secure your entry, purchase your ticket today!

Book now on their website.






Unit 2, 7-9 Orion Road
Lane Cove West, NSW, 2066

Located 2.1K from Boronia Park

Tahblik Winery of the Year 2016 - Wine Tasting with Winemaker Alister Purbrick


Artisan Tasting Lounge is very proud to be hosting an event with Alister Purbrick - fourth generation winemaker of Tahbilk and recently awarded Winery of the Year 2016.

Located in the Nagambie Lakes region of central Victoria, Tahbilk was established in 1860 and is one of Australia's most beautiful and historic family owned wineries and now home to five generations of winemakers.

Join Alister for a step back in history and learn why Tahbilk's commitment to traditional winemaking has survived the passage of time due to their innovative and sustainable viticultural practices including the first winery to be carboNZero certified in Australia.

Do not miss the opportunity to taste some of the most sought after wines in the country and learn why Tahbilk has been awarded Winery of The Year.

Tasting includes seven iconic wines and light snacks.

Book now on their website.







7-9 Orion Road
Lane Cove North, NSW, 2066

Located 2.1K from Boronia Park

NYE Harbour Cruise onboard Silver Spirit


Celebrate NYE in style onboard classic motor vessel; Silver Spirit. With only 40 guests over three levels on the 60 foot boat, there is plenty of room to enjoy the evenings festivities avoiding the crowds.

Each year Silver Spirit is part of the Harbour of Light Parade, allowing guests to experience front row viewing of both firework displays within the exclusion zones.

The fully inclusive cruise includes an open bar with a selection of beer, wines and spirits along with soft drinks. The buffet dinner is accompanied with canap?s to start. The evening is tailored towards a family friendly evening with all ages welcome. While there is music on board they are not a 'party boat' - they offer a relaxed but sophisticated night.

Silver Spirit departs from the city at 7.30pm, returning at approximately 1.30am.


Event Dates
2017
      31st Dec


138 Cabarita Road,
Silver Spirit
Concord, NSW, 2137

Located 2.6K from Boronia Park

Ryde Australia Day Family Concert and Fireworks


Gather your friends and family, pack a picnic and come along to Ryde's Australia Day Concert - it's hassle free, safe for families and plenty of room for all. There's no battling the traffic and no long trip home.

There will be children's rides, food trucks and refreshments available.

As the sun goes down, be entertained by great Aussie talent including The Reel Matilda, Steve Hart and the All Stars and Vulture Street (Powderfinger tribute band).

The Ryde Extreme Fireworks Spectacular is at 9pm.


Event Dates
2017
      26th Jan
      26th Jan


Twin Road and Wicks Road
North Ryde, NSW, 2113

Located 3.3K from Boronia Park

Cinema in the Park - Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG)


A season of free movie hits enjoyed under the stars, now in its 16th year.
Alice has spent the past few years sailing the high seas. She returns to London and comes across a magical looking glass and returns to the fantastical realm of Underland and her friends the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter. Starring Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska.

Eight metre screen and stereo sound; Pack a picnic, bring a blanket or low chair; Movie snacks available.
All movies carry subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired community.
Smoke free. Free entry


Event Dates
2017
      18th Mar


Quarry Road
Ryde, NSW, 2112

Located 3.5K from Boronia Park

HarbourSculpture


HarbourSculpture is a unique sculpture exhibition, held annually on Sydney Harbour.

Spread across Clarkes Point Reserve Woolwich and through the Deckhouse function centre and surrounds, HarbourSculpture also showcases the extraordinary natural environment setting in which the event is held.

They aim to present, support and encourage contemporary Australian sculpture that reflects the history and place of sculpture in Australia, and to engage the community in the visual experience of sculptural works and sculptural space against our harbour location.

HarbourSculpture is an independent, not-for-profit project run by volunteers.

The event is supported by a range of wonderful local and national organisations and businesses, in particular major sponsors Deckhouse Woolwich, Hunters Hill Council and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.


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Clarkes Point Reserve,
Clarke Road
Woolwich, NSW, 2110

Located 3.5K from Boronia Park

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