Richard Murden Reserve, Haberfield, NSW

Hawthorne Parade, Haberfield  NSW  2045

Activities and play areas
A large local playground for all ages.

Playground ground cover: A combination of softfall and bark chips.
Paths: No paths around the playground, however, there is a walking/jogging/cycle path that runs along the length of the reserve from Marion Street right to the Bay Run on Iron Cove.
Sand, Swimming and water play (non swim): No
Large open grassed area: Yes, grassed parkland.

Other: Tennis and basketball courts within the reserve.

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Family space
Benches, seating and picnic tables: 2 gazebos and a bench near the playground. Other benches and sheltered picnic tables along the reserve.
BBQs: Yes
Taps and drinking fountains: Unsure
Dogs allowed: No, however, a walking bridge near the basketball courts connects to the other side of the canal to Hawthorne Canal Reserve which is a dog park and includes a dog friendly cafe called Cafe Bones.

Opening times: N/A
Fencing: No.
Shading: Shade sails above most of the playground.
Toilets: Yes, a small walk further up the park from the playgrounds.
Rubbish bins / recycling: General waste bins.
Signs, restrictions: Unsure
Power and lights: No.

Cafe / kiosk / restaurant, Gift shop, Mini-trains or other rides, Attractions, places of interest: No

Getting there
Parking: Free street parking along Hawthorne Parade.
Public transport: Buses travelling across Ramsay Street, Haberfield and Marion Street, Leichhardt.
Wheelchair access: Flat grass to playground.

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