North Sydney Oval No 1


Last updated on 24 February 2021 at 09:00AM  | Availability : OPEN
  • Sportsground

Weed Spray Parks & Reserves

*** NOTICE ***

The following parks will be having a Herbicide application on them from the 2 August - 3 September 2021 (weather pending).

Tunks Park

Primrose Park

Forsyth park

Waverton Park

Civic Park

St Leonards Park

Bradfield Park

Playing surfaces and surrounds being sprayed.

Sites are being treated for Pre-Emergent turf weeds / Post emergent control of broadleaf weeds and grasses in turf.

Spray is done at night / early morning to minimise impact to the public.

Residue of foam from the spraying is detergent base.

Herbicides used are:

Destiny Herbicide (Active Constituent: Iodosulfuron-Methyl-Sodium 100g/kg)

Pennmag Herbicide (Active Constituent: S-Metolachlor 960g/L)

Casper Herbicide (Active Constituent: Dicamba 500g/kg, Prosulfuron 50g/ kg)

MP Roots: Liquid fertiliser and organic enhancement for soil and turf

Signs will be displayed at each individual site for public awareness.

Any questions or queries can be directed to Peter Devlin – 9936 8100

*** END of NOTICE ***

 

North Sydney's oldest continuous sports ground...

And our premier sportsground: North Sydney Oval.

 

Getting There

St Leonards Park is on Miller Street, North Sydney. Buses run regularly along Miller Street, or the Park is a 15 minute walk up Miller Street from North Sydney railway station. Limited parking is available in the surrounding streets.

 

Features

  • Sports facilities include North Sydney Oval (and associated grandstands, lighting, changing rooms, toilets etc), the Bon Andrews Oval (and associated Cunningham Pavilion), netball courts, cricket nets, a cricket wicket, bowling greens and a clubhouse.
  • The North Sydney Oval complex includes commercial/retail outlets, a childcare centre, a function centre and a Council depot.
  • Dogs are welcome in St Leonards Park however they are not permitted on North Sydney Oval, the Bon Andrews Oval or within 10m of the playground or barbecues.

History

The first pavilion for spectators at North Sydney Oval was built in 1879. Read more about the ground here.

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Details

North Sydney Oval No 1
Fig Tree Lane , North Sydney
  • Many accessible features
  • Public toilets
  • Seats and/or Picnic Tables
  • Shelter
  • Water fountain

Where is it?