Waverton Park - Parks, playgrounds and sportsgrounds

Waverton Park
Sportsground current status

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, Playground, Bushland Reserve, Sportsground, Fitness Equipment

Waverton Park is part of an extensive open space network on the Waverton peninsula that includes the BP Parklands, Balls Head Reserve and the former Coal Loader/Caltex site.

Park features include: 

  • floodlit sports field that caters for cricket, soccer and touch, as well as for training, school sport and carnivals
  • fully fenced Merrett Playground that caters to children of all ages and abilities
  • the historic Geraghty Gates located in the north-western corner of the park
  • public toilets and change rooms
  • seats and picnic tables
  • bubblers
  • fitness equipment

Dogs are welcome in Waverton Park but are not permitted on the sports field when organised sport is being played or within 10 metres of the playground.

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

Getting there and parking
Waverton Park is a five-minute walk from Waverton railway station. Limited on-street parking is available in the area.
Plan of Management