Neutral bay is a harbourside suburb of Sydney with beautiful views of the harbour. Gaurded by Kurraba Road and Clark Road on 2 ends and by the marina on the third, Anderson park is a scenic spot in Neutral Bay. Its location makes it a very ideal get away from the hustle and bustle of North Sydney CBD and lets you enjoy some time in between natural surrounds.
To reach the park you can either take a train to North Sydney station and walk down 1 km to the park or else, take a ferry from Circular Quay that takes you to the Neutral Bay wharf down Hayes street from where the park is at a distance of 600 metres. The walk down from North Sydney to this park is downhill and quite enjoyable, but in case you plan to get back up you might need to be prepared to exert some energy and walk uphill.
This waterfront park houses a sports oval and is suitable for cricket, soccer, football and touch football. It has two synthetic wickets in summer and one football field in winter. Anderson Park lies level with Sydney Harbour and the oval is surrounded by beautiful green tress, stunning water views and has centrally located amenities and has lighting at night thanks to the local football club. The park is very popular among the cricket enthusiasts who come there to play and practice frequently.
The area also has a few great sets of stairs, hills and urban adventure challenges located in and around the park itself. It provides a complete workout and a good view to help relax when tired.