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Published September 19th 2014
Mills Park is located in Asquith on that triangle of land between the Pacific Highway and the M1. It can be found at the end of Baldwin Avenue, the road that takes you past Asquith Girls High School, on Chelmsford Road.
While it sounds like the park would be surrounded be signs of suburbia at such a location, when you're here, all you can really see in any direction is trees. Even glimpses through the trees at the back of the park just reveal more bush (the sound reminds you where you are though, as you can always hear the M1).
This rear section of the park consists of an oval and extra open space behind it. A path around the edge of the area is good for riding bikes or walking a dog (all dogs must be on a leash).
Also at Mills Park is a basketball court and play equipment, while toilets can be found in the complex here. Right behind the parks is the Mills Park Tennis Centre, which has ten synthetic grass courts and can be accessed by a path at the back of Mills Park or via Stratford Close. If you want to book a court at the centre, call 9482 1370.
There isn't much parking at Mills Park; just a few 90 degree angle spaces.