Clontarf Reserve is a stunning park on Sydney’s Northern Beaches with lovely shaded play equipment right by the beach. And when I say beach, it’s more a sandy stretch with shallow paddling water for toddlers so perfect for families. Only downside is it’s lack of fence around the play equipment and it tends to get BUSY on a sunny weekend.
Plenty of timed paid parking around. It’s surprisingly easy.
Clonny’s at Clontarf is the kiosk right in the centre of the park next to the play equipment and they offer more than just fish and chips. You can dine in or takeaway and rumour has it, they might be offering a picnic service soon!!!
Kiosk trading hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4.30pm
Clontarf Reserve is the perfect place for a summer family picnic. Go early evening and take some snags for the BBQ. Just make sure you pack a spare change of clothes for when the kids inevitably get wet.
Public toilets are available and are relatively clean by public park toilet standards. We didn’t see any baby change tables when we were there though. Let us know if you found some by leaving a review below!
Baby change table
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