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Published January 19th 2012
Berry Reserve is located at Narrabeen - on Sydney's northern beaches. The reserve is a corridor of open spaces along Narrabeen Lagoon and stretches from The Esplanade to Loftus Street.
Children can feed ducks, fly a kite, ride their bikes, scooters or skateboards along the foreshore and for younger kids both the northern and southern end of the reserve offer enclosed playgrounds. The northern end also has a small basketball court.
Toilets can be found on the northern end of the reserve close to Pittwater Road. The reserve has a small carpark – 3 hour parking Monday to Friday and 2 hour parking on Saturdays and there is also street parking on the main road as well as some of the side streets. One word of caution – if you are parking on Pittwater Road, make sure you move your car by 3pm as it becomes a clearway.
If you are in the mood for shopping, Berry Reserve runs Narrabeen Village Markets on the 3rd Sunday of every month. The markets are open from 9am – 4pm. For more information on the markets, click here.