Primrose Park - Parks, playgrounds and sportsgrounds

Primrose Park
Sportsground current status
Primrose 1 - OPEN
Primrose 2 - OPEN
Primrose 3 - OPEN

Each field is inspected, and wet weather page updated each day at 7am and 2pm. The moisture content readings are taken on Tuesdays and Fridays to give an indication of how the fields are progressing and they help council staff utilise data to make final decisions on opening and closing fields.
Sportsground moisture content
Park, Bushland Reserve, Sportsground, Tennis Court, BBQ

One of North Sydney's premier sportsgrounds and a significant area of urban bushland. Located on the foreshores of Willoughby Bay, Primrose Park is popular with both local residents and visitors due to its mix of sporting and other recreational facilities. Park features include:

  • sportsfields that cater for football, hockey and cricket, as well as for training, school sport and carnivals
  • four tennis courts, two enclosed cricket nets, flood lights, change rooms, toilets, hockey and tennis club houses.
  • elements of the former Primrose Park Sewage Works structure including the former engine house, tunnels and canals can still be seen today, and the remaining buildings house the Primrose Park Art and Craft Centre as well as a range of sporting clubs
  • a bush walking track that connects to Folly Point, and a circuit walk from Willoughby Falls up to Grafton Street returns via the zig zag track
  • bubblers
  • BBQs

Dogs are welcome in Primrose Park however they are not permitted on the sportsfields when organised sport is being played, and they must be kept on a leash in bushland areas. 

For exact locations of dog tidy bag dispensers, look at the dog tidy bag map.

Getting there and parking
There is a designated car park in the Park, and limited on-street parking is also available. The Park is a 10 minute walk from Military Road where there are numerous bus stops.
Plan of Management