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Rouse Hill Regional Park

Overview

Dog-friendly Rouse Hill Regional Park is great for a picnic or barbecue. There is a lot to do; head to the playground, go bike riding, or take a stroll down to Second Ponds Creek.

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Rouse Hill Regional Park is a fabulous resource for Hills District locals and visitors alike. Hire the relaxed Crebra or Fibrosa Pavilions for a special occasion, take a family bike ride on the trails, organise a birthday picnic or just go for a rejuvenating walk.

Kids love the adventure playground and the tracks are great for riding scooters and bikes – it’s the perfect spot for a barbeque or picnic lunch with family and friends. You can even bring your dog along.

Highlights in this park

  • Fibrosa Pavilion, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo: John Yurasek

    Fibrosa and Crebra Pavilions

    Fibrosa and Crebra Pavilions are great locations for a family celebration or birthday party. Perfect for small or large gatherings, there are picnic t...

  • Rouse Hill estate walk, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo: Helen Ord

    Rouse Hill Estate walk

    Take a short stroll along Rouse Hill Estate walk for a glimpse into the history of the area. If you’ve got time, explore the house on a guided tour.

  • Rouse Hill picnic area and playground, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo: John Yurasek

    Rouse Hill picnic area and playground

    Dog-friendly Rouse Hill Regional Park is a great day out – enjoy a barbecue, walk or bike ride and let the kids explore the playground. It’s great for...

  • Second Ponds Creek walk, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo John Yurasek

    Second Ponds Creek walk

    Go for a bike ride or take your dog for a walk along the short Second Ponds Creek walk in Rouse Hill Regional Park. It’s a great way to start or finis...

 

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Google Trekker at Cape Byron State Conservation Area. Photo: J Spencer/OEH.

General enquiries

Contact

  • in the Sydney and surrounds region
  • Rouse Hill Regional Park opens at 8am and closes at 5pm (8pm during daylight savings). The park may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

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Iron Bark Ridge, Rouse Hill Regional Park. Photo: John Yurasek