Greenacre Splash Park Brings Summer Fun to Sydney

  • Mums & Bubs

The first free splash park of its kind in the Canterbury-Bankstown area has finally opened to throngs of screaming, happy kids (and parents!).

When the summer sun beams down in Sydney, it can be a blessing and a curse. Yes, the kids are happy they get to play outside, but that heat can take a toll, especially in Sydney's west! Luckily, there's now a destination for kids to splash and play to their heart's content at the state-of-the-art Greenacre Splash Park.

Greenacre Splash Park Brings Summer Fun to Sydney

Greenacre Splash Park water fountains
The impressive water fountains in action.

An impressive $6 million dollars went into the construction of the all-abilities water splash park now known as Greenacre Splash Park.

The year-round community space has taken up residence in the existing but still under-utilised northeast corner of Roberts Park in Greenacre.

Greenacre Splash Park map
An overview of the new layout at Greenacre Splash Park.

The exciting play space is the first of its kind in the Canterbury-Bankstown area. A destination where children can transition from wet to dry play seamlessly while parents enjoy the picnic spots and shaded areas - all-in-all, the perfect family outing in the heart of Greenacre.

Greenacre Splash Park
The huge climbing structure and slides at Greenacre Splash Park.

"I’m so happy to open the Greenacre Splash Park, which is an action-packed fun day out for the family, with plenty of water features for everyone to enjoy, along with a playground with slides, swings and climbing equipment. I’m so proud of this state-of-the-art facility, which will entertain kids for hours," says Khal Asfour, Mayor of Canterbury-Bankstown.

Roberts Park Greenacre
Plenty of play equipment on offer!

Features of Greenacre Splash Park

Greenacre Splash Park
Concept drawings of the water splashers.


A water wonderland is on offer for kids at Greenacre Splash Park, with plenty to see, touch, and do, including:

  • Australia’s first Mega Splash 4-dump Bucket
  • Bespoke Play Tower
  • Water Splashers arena
  • Giant spiral slides
  • Giant group swing
  • Slides mountain
  • Interactive water fountains
  • Toddlers' cubby house
  • Toddler swings
  • Climbing structures
  • Plenty more!

And for the big kids, there is plenty of seating plus loads of free open spaces, umbrellas, gazebos, grassy nooks, BBQs, a kiosk, toilets and changing facilities. 

Greenacre Splash Park Location & Opening Hours

Greenacre Splash Park is located in the northeast corner of Roberts Park at 105 Waterloo Rd, Greenacre.

The playground is open year-round and the splash park is open for the 2023/24 summer season from 1 October 2023.

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