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Published October 11th 2012
[ADVERT]Anzac Park is located in West Ryde, near the suburb's station. It takes up an entire block and is bordered by Anzac Avenue, Herbert Street, Wattle Street and Rydale Lane. The park is very well set out and two paths cross the space diagonally. Both have lights along them, as does much of the space.
The triangular, grassy area that the paths create near Rydale Lane is free of any trees or park facilities and is perfect for kicking a ball around. The rest of the park is far less open but there are many seats where visitors can sit in the sun or under a tree. There are also picnic tables and toilets.
You will find the playground at Anzac Park over near Anzac Avenue. It has swings, a slide, a flying fox and other typical play equipment for young kids. A shade cloth covers everything, so don't be deterred by hot, sunny weather; you can still get your kids out of the house.
Anzac Park is easily accessible and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It can be used for picnics, sport and other activities. There is nothing particularly special about the place that would make it worth a visit for anyone outside West Ryde, but for those already in the area, if offers everything you would expect from a local park.