Cricket seems to be the focus of the space though, and if you're a cricket fan, you can head down any time throughout the year and sharpen your skills. There's not just the wicket on the oval to take advantage of, but also two practice nets over on the side in the shade.
Netball is another sport that the park caters for. While no competitions are played here, there is a netball court up on the level above the field.
Beside the court you'll find the Asquith Community Centre, which can be hired for birthdays or other functions. A list of classes taking place regularly at the centre can be found here. At the time of writing this article they include playgroups, football programs for kids, jujitsu and circus workshops for the whole family.
Also up on this level, with the netball court and community centre, there's a small park with some play equipment. I thought the area was surprisingly small and basic for a space that otherwise seems like quite an important local place, but it does have tables and fencing.
Parking for Storey Park can be found on Lodge Street and Old Berowra Road but there's also a second, older netball court up the top level (the one off Old Berowra Road) that seems to be used for parking along with the grassy space next to it.