Carradah Park

Carradah Park

The rich heritage of the Berrys Bay foreshore is now celebrated in a series of signs installed in Carradah Park. Directional signs including maps of the site guide you around the pathways in the park and to nearby open space areas.

The interpretive signs unravel the many layers of history. It was once a popular camping and fishing area for the Cammeraygal Aboriginal peoples. From the 1920s, it was developed for industrial use and then, 20 years ago, transformed into a spectacular harbourside recreational area.

The site is part of the North Sydney Circle Walk (Waverton to Wollstonecraft).


It’s an easy 10-minute walk from Waverton railway station. Limited on-street parking is available in the surrounding streets.