Accessible Park & Garden In Hunter ParkHunter Sculpture Park
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Last update at Oct 19, 2022 9:05 PMHunter Park is located at the end of Notts Avenue in Bondi, with Bondi Icebergs and the start of the Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk to the east and Campbell Parade / Bondi Road to the west. Hunter Park has several sculptures around the park that make it an interesting photography spot and thoroughfare for locals. Hunter Sculpture Park is a partially accessible park in Bondi. There is step-free access from Bondi Road but the gradient is very steep throughout the plot. There are no toilets at Hunter Park. There is a toilet block at nearby Marks Park. Head north towards Bondi for some of the best cafe culture Sydney has to offer. The park doesn’t provide any picnic or Barbecue areas. There is no dedicated parking for the park. If you’re lucky, you might secure parking on Campbell Parade, otherwise try Sandridge Street and some of the back streets around Marks Park.
No accessible toilet
No accessible parking
No accessible picnic area