If you’re heading to any of these parks, don’t forget to take a scooter because there’s plenty of fun to be had! Here’s a list of our faves.
Bicentennial Park, Concord West
Victoria Avenue, Concord West
Bicentennial Park is huge, with 40 acres to explore! Make sure you enter via Victoria Avenue, Concord West for easiest access to the playground with mini scooter/bike track (complete with a roundabout and other street signs painted on the ground!). Learn more in our Park Spotlight.
Blenheim Park, North Ryde
Blenheim Road, North Ryde
Blenheim Park is about to undergo a major upgrade in the coming months, but the paths for scooters and bikes will remain! Learn more about the masterplan here.
Boronia Park, Epping
37 Bridge St, Epping
This park is a family favourite for so many reasons. Yes, it has a scooter/bike track but also has various playgrounds to suit different aged kids, toilets, BBQ facilities, great shade, soft fall ground. Learn more in our Park Spotlight.
Buffalo Creek Reserve, Hunters Hill
Pittwater Road, Hunters Hill
This scooter track comes complete with stop signs, lanes and other fun features. Best of all, parking is no longer metred!
Darrell Park, Denistone
Chatham Road, Denistone
This park has a playground with shade sail, toilets, BBQ facilities and of course the bike/scooter track. Um hello.. convenience, family entertainment and all the facilities rolled into one! Learn more here.
Eric Primrose Reserve, Rydalmere
John Street, Rydalmere
This great little track has roundabouts and speed humps, and a playground to boot! There’s shade, a BBQ area, views of the river and a toilet. Winning!
Jason Place Reserve, North Rocks
Jason Place, North Rocks
The newest learn to ride scooter/ bike track is at Jason Place Reserve. You’ll also find some lovely wooden play equipment and swings at this sweet little playground.
Jim Walsh Park, Eastwood
Graham Avenue, Eastwood
Jim Walsh Park has a big scooter/bike track with some minor slopes to get some speed – so it’s great for older kids. It has lots of big trees providing shade, a creek, playground, BBQs, toilets and lots of grass to play on. It’s actually perfect for parties! Learn more in our Park Spotlight.
Victoria Road, West Ryde
Whilst on Victoria Road, the front of the park that faces Victoria Road is fenced and parking/main access is from Shaftsbury Road. There is a great range of play equipment here plus a very flat cycle/scooter path for the kids. Learn more in our Park Spotlight.
Morrison Bay Park
Morrison Road, Putney
Down by Parramatta River in Putney, you will find Morrison Bay Park. While there are some swings, it’s mainly a sports field that has a great path for bike riding and scootering. Learn more here.
Pioneer Park, Marsfield
Balaclava Road, Marsfield
Pioneer Park is mainly a sports field with an older playground but it does have a scooter/bike track as well as BBQs, picnic areas and toilets. Learn more here.
River Park, Ermington
Arista Way, Ermington
River Park (listed as Arista Way Park on Google) is a sweet little park amid a very large reserve in Ermington along Parramatta River, with views across to Olympic Park. You can sit on the water’s edge and watch the ferries go by or play in the playground or scooter/cycle along the straight and flat cycle/walkway! We wrote more about it here.
Blaxland Road, Ryde
Ryde Park not only has a great scooter track with all the bells and whistles, but there is also a playground, basketball court and grass to run around on! We just need a cafe to return and it will be perfection. #bliss. Learn more in our Park Spotlight.
Chalmers Road, Strathfield
Strathfield Park is absolutely huge and has a mind-boggling amount of play equipment. The scooter/bike track is a short walk from the main play areas and is best accessed from Chalmers Road. Read all about Strathfield Park in our park spotlight here.
Quarry Road, Ryde
One of the most popular parks in the area and rightfully so! It’s a fenced park with shaded areas, lots of equipment including the famous flying fox and water pump at the sand area! Around the playground is the scooter/bike track – there are some minor hills but a family fave for more reasons than one! Learn more in our Park Spotlight.